We offer scholarships to hardworking needy girls in public schools as a way of helping them achieve their dreams. These scholarships are provided after a rigorous selection process which is overseen by the District Education Managers (DEM) to assure quality control.
This is a skills development project where we recruit girls and women especially in rural areas who are trained in reusable sanitary pads making for personal use and for selling. Through this project we impart skills on these ladies to help support their daily livelihoods. These skills training are done for 6 months after which they are given certificates of completion and starter packs to start their own pad making business. These starter packs include; 1sewing machine, embroidery, 1 scissor and 5metres clothes.
The Pride Children’s Home Project focuses on removing Children aged between 3 to 18 years from the streets. Many Street children do exhibit behavioral problems, aggression and substance abuse issues, but these are coping mechanisms of children who are in a great deal of psychological pain because Street Children are traumatized children, abandoned, orphaned, chronically neglected, physically, sexually and mentally abused children, children who are exploited by others to beg for commercial exploitation and other things.