Hope for kids without hope volunteer cooking for children event
– Why is it that across Africa girls are still less likely than boys to enrol and remain in school?
– Why, in 47 out of 54 African countries, do girls have less than a 50% chance of going to secondary school?
– Why, even at school, do girls continue to face discrimination and abuse which threatens to undermine the potentially transformative power of the education they receive?
In Africa war, violence, poverty and rape did not give many girls the chance to have a good life. That’s why they need support to start a new life. Your contribution to this projet will be highly appreciated. Every gift and support is needed.
The difficulties faced by girls in their families, communities and teachers across Africa, and their experience of education is impacted and influenced by policies, cultural practices and traditional values.
In Africa there is still a long way to achieve education for all girls.
Women in the DRCongo
Rape and gender violence in The Democratic Republic of Congo has been marked by extreme brutality including rape, gang rape, genital mutilation, sexual slavery, and insertion of objects into cavities
More than 400,000 women ages 15 to 49 experienced rape in the Democratic Republic of Congo. That is equivalent to 1,152 women raped every day, 48 women raped every hour, or four women raped every five minutes.
Learn more about HFKWH Project for girls and click on the link: https://hopeforkidswithouthope.org/2015/08/31/sewing-girls-education-project/
Womens, volunteers cooking for children in the event of HFKWH Foundation
International Women’s Day means different things to different people. For some it’s a celebration, for others it’s a call to action to accelerate gender parity, and for many it’s an opportunity to align and promote relevant activity. Whatever your objective, International Women’s Day is the perfect moment for gender-focused action.
Celebrate the social, economic, cultural and political achievement of women.
Yet let’s also be aware progress has slowed in many places across the world, so urgent action is needed to accelerate gender parity.
International Women’s Day is celebrated globally on 8 March to reflect on the progress made in gender equality, to celebrate the inspirational work of women, and to recognise the challenges.
Progress towards gender parity has slowed in many places, with the World Economic Forum now predicting that the gender gap will not close entirely until 2133. This year’s campaign is therefore calling for everyone – men and women – to pledge for purposeful action to help achieve gender parity more quickly.
In the run up to International Women’s Day 2016, we are profiling our female peacebuilders around the world and asking them: What does gender parity mean for peace?
Hope for kids without hope foundation must pledge to take action.
Our mission is to enable girls and young women to develop their fullest potential as responsible citizens of the world, and our vision is for all girls and young women to be valued and to take action to change the world. We want to transform the lives of girls and young women worldwide.
Nanci teaching joung girls in the program of HFKWH foundation
Learn more about Hope for kids without hope foundation project: https://hopeforkidswithouthope.org/2015/08/31/sewing-girls-education-project/