When we invest in girls’ secondary education
Since 2007, this belief has driven Village Impact’s partnership with communities has resulted in
It is widely held that girls hold the key to a better world and that with education, women will produce positive outcomes that improve their lives, the lives of their family and community. Yet, for girls and young women living in sub-Saharan Africa, systemic cultural and socio-economic barriers continue to prevent them from accessing the primary and post-secondary education they nee
For every extra year a girl stays in school, her income can increase by 15-25%.
When girls are educated, they have the knowledge, skills and opportunities to create a better, brighter future for themselves and everyone around them.
Hello and welcome!
You’ve been hand-picked by Stu and Amy to learn more about how you can play a very personal and pivotal role in making an incredible and life-transforming impact for girls in vulnerable communities in rural Kenya.
Through education, our children are given the opportunity to build a better future for themselves. They have massive dreams of becoming doctors, lawyers, even presidents, and work so hard in school to achieve these.
By being in school, girls are more protected from the dangers of sexual exploitation, street life, drug abuse and child marriage. And more than anything, their confidence and happiness increases dramatically, with new hope for their future.