LPGM is partnering with Mwangaza Partnership for Education to improve the safety, well-being and self-sufficiency of adolescent girls in Tanzania who are in imminent danger of early marriage, or domestic abuse.

The Safe House-Safe Schools program provides a safe place for girls to live, tutoring, secondary and post-secondary schooling, and technical training.

It also provides secondary school- and community-based programs that address the root causes of violence against women and girls.

Here is how your gift can be put to good use:

 

  • $85 provides training for one teacher who can make a school a safer, more welcoming place for at-risk girls;
  • $220 helps a girl and her mother participate in training that leads to
    meaningful dialogue and community-based solutions to gender-based violence;
  • $350 supplies a year’s worth of basic needs to an at-risk girl;
  • $550 provides one year of technical training for an at-risk girl in subjects such as home economics, early childhood development, or community health;
  • $1,000 sends a girl to secondary school for an entire year.
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