The Te-Kworo Foundation works to support the most vulnerable girls in northern Uganda to gain an education and/or vocational training.
Quality education in a safe and nurturing environment, whilst also addressing the barriers to preventing equal participation at school, enables girls to reach their potential and equip them to look after themselves, their children and to lift up their communities and their countries.
This project is looking to provide 320 scholarships over the next four years. These will be spread across the two girls boarding schools in northern Uganda.
Only $25 a month or a one time gift of $300 will enable one vulnerable girl attend school for a year
A one time gift of $1200 will provide a 4 year scholarship to allow her to finish her schooling
The project is also looking to provide 100 one-year vocational training scholarships each year. Girls will be trained in either hairdressing, catering or tailoring. The scholarship will also include a basic equipment kit to help them get their business started. Providing income creation opportunities, for areas of need in the community, is one of the best ways to keep women safe from exploitation and poverty.
Only $17 a month or a one time gift of $200 will enable a girl to complete a vocational scholarship and enable them to start their own business.