DFID UK’s Girls’ Education Challenge

The UK Department for International Development (DFID) is offering funding to support support NGOs, charities and the private sector who can find better ways to provide education opportunities to marginalised girls in the poorest countries in Africa and Asia under the UK’s Girls’ Education Challenge.

The aim of the UK’s Girls’ Education Challenge is to enable up to one million of the poorest girls in the world to enter and stay in school and receive an education which will transform their future.

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5 Responses to DFID UK’s Girls’ Education Challenge

  1. Nixon Kachama. says:

    I began a private low cost academy: King Jesus Kachama Academy in year 2009, now up to class 3. To help raise? education standard among the poor. We need help sustain this
    community project. Thanks.

  2. Nixon Kachama. says:

    Please DFID help our school; A low cost private academy to offer better education to needy children. Name of the school; KING JESUS KACHAMA ACADEMY. In Western Kenya. Kakamega County. Matungu District. Thanks.

  3. Nixon Kachama. says:

    The school has an enrollment of 108 pupils currently. 56 girls and 52 girls. There’s dire need to improve on the mud walled classrooms, furniture,staff renumaration,sanitary facilities,feeding program and health provision. Thank you indeed.

  4. Nixon Kachama. says:

    sorry. for typing errors : 56 girls and 52 boys. Thanks.

  5. Nixon Kachama. says:

    The school has an enrollment of 108 pupils currently. 56 girls and 52 boys. There’s dire need to improve on the mud walled classrooms, furniture,staff renumaration,sanitary facilities,feeding program and health provision. Thank you indeed.

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