In Tanzania, it’s estimated that 70 percent of people lack electricity. How can this problem be addressed? Our new partner, Solar Sister, has an answer.
Growing up in a country where women and girls are often treated as inferior, Samaana knows what it’s like to feel like a second-class citizen. The 10th grader, who attends a high school in Afghanistan, has been called weak, servant, sheep, and unintelligent. And even if Samaana knew how to stand up for herself, doing so could be risky.
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Your support is impacting the lives of Syrian refugees by providing access to quality education and creating a renewed sense of normalcy in their lives.
1.2 million children will be trafficked this year, often through force or manipulation. Rights education has the power to stop this.