Friday, October 29, 2010

Our Girls Project

Hello Friends,
Thank you very much for taking your time to read through our blog. This Girl's small project has come from far and from a little idea, and our main aim is to help girls from poor condition in kibera to pay their school fees for them to have a brighter future.

So far this small project has managed to help one Girl in paying her school fee (sweety) and at the moment she is doing her final Kenyan High school Examination. We wish her all the best!!!

Still the struggle continues since their are others remaining to be helped. If you would wish to support more other girls you can buy kikoys (African fabric) and ornaments from this projects or send your support to the account number in the side bar above. If you have any question you can contact us through our email on this blogs profile.

Lovely evening
Rebecca

Saturday, October 16, 2010

World's hand wahing day


Last week was world's day for washing hands. and you might have taken it for granted but just remember Washing hands is important because:
  • Every human being comes in contact with germs and bacteria in their daily life. These harmful micro organisms are present all around us like on door knobs.

  • The most important advantage of hand washing is that you prevent yourself from getting infected by a number of dangerous ailments.

  • Not washing hands has also the ability to cause gastrointestinal illnesses and also diarrhoea which can spread to the whole family.
So do justice to your self by remembering to wash your hands every moment you can afford to, just like brushing you teeth.

Saturday, October 2, 2010

Campaign for Female Education

By joining for free this Facebook page (click on link) you'll help girls' education in Africa because for every new member anonymous donors will donate 50 cents (up to now over 56,000 people have joined and USD 28,000 have been donated). Girls and young women in rural areas of Africa are the most disadvantaged social group in the world today. Without an education, girls are likely to be trapped in a cycle of poverty. By sending girls to school, Camfed sets them on the path to self-reliance so they can improve their own lives, their families and communities.