REUSABLE SANITARY TOWELS FOR SONGA, LEYAI AND LPUS PRIMARY SCHOOL IN MARSABIT COUNTY
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Hello, I am John Ltailen Letore.
Songa, Leyai and Lpus primary schools are rural schools in marsabit county. The schools are heavily populated with pastoralist children who have few alternatives in schooling life. The girls coming from poor families living on less than a dollar a day have huge challenges to share. As they struggle to build future for themselves and their families, limitation of resources acts as a barrier.
Looking at one of the issues which has become an embarrassment not to themselves alone but to the entire village is the suffering the girls and young women go through. A large number of girls, many from impoverished families, often choose to stay at home during their monthly periods because they cannot afford disposable sanitary pads. This negatively impacts gender equality in terms of education, employment, and other areas of opportunity for girls and women.
If one tank of 10,000 litres capacity is supplied to these schools and girls supported with reusable pads, I believe the pastoralist girls will have a story to tell the next generation.
Supporting is easy!
When you fill in and post form above, you will share about logos and barcodes that you frequently see on trash or on receipts …&c –– the same receipts that you get after paying for anything anywhere (Asia, North America, South America, Europe, Australia, Africa and Antarctica, Zealandia) — by pointing at the trash or receipts …&c with your phone camera.
16 nominees will be selected every week and the 16 nominees will get what they are nominate for (in other words, RaHaSolutions will give to 16 nominees every week) –– the pointing will help in the selection.
Although the pointing will make little difference to your day, it will unlock funding from other corporations that want to Accelerate UHC in favour of subsequent nominees.
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ii. FUND UHC ACCELERATION
With a small amount of your money, these print adverts/informercial (click to see) will be published. Notice that the adverts are for inviting readers to nominate villages for UHC. The informercial is mainly about those that have already benefited from this ‘Nomination Initiative’.
Just click on ‘Fund UHC Acceleration‘ below to fund.
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