July 31,2018

The west of Cameroon is a very poor area, where child mortality is alarmingly high and many young women become mothers at a very early age.

The vast majority of young women are either not able to or are not allowed to attend school, another major issue which leads to bigger problems in later life.

Girls Education in Cameroon attempts to combat these problems by fighting for rights to education and also providing vocational education for young women in such areas.

The charity began life in 2008, but has grown considerably since then and now, thanks to the help of foundations such as ours, runs its own school in the village of Bandja, providing young women with education vital to their future success in life.

Young women are trained in areas such as sewing, hotel and restaurant work, computer literacy and music, all of which help build self-esteem and increase opportunity.

Such young women are much less likely to get married young, run less risk of contracting HIV and are generally much better equipped to lead independent, safe and prosperous lives.

365 Foundation is honoured to support this valuable charity that is making an immeasurable difference to the lives of many young women in Cameroon.

July 31,2018

The west of Cameroon is a very poor area, where child mortality is alarmingly high and many young women become mothers at a very early age.

The vast majority of young women are either not able to or are not allowed to attend school, another major issue which leads to bigger problems in later life.

Girls Education in Cameroon attempts to combat these problems by fighting for rights to education and also providing vocational education for young women in such areas.

The charity began life in 2008, but has grown considerably since then and now, thanks to the help of foundations such as ours, runs its own school in the village of Bandja, providing young women with education vital to their future success in life.

Young women are trained in areas such as sewing, hotel and restaurant work, computer literacy and music, all of which help build self-esteem and increase opportunity.

Such young women are much less likely to get married young, run less risk of contracting HIV and are generally much better equipped to lead independent, safe and prosperous lives.

365 Foundation is honoured to support this valuable charity that is making an immeasurable difference to the lives of many young women in Cameroon.

July 31,2018

The west of Cameroon is a very poor area, where child mortality is alarmingly high and many young women become mothers at a very early age.

The vast majority of young women are either not able to or are not allowed to attend school, another major issue which leads to bigger problems in later life.

Girls Education in Cameroon attempts to combat these problems by fighting for rights to education and also providing vocational education for young women in such areas.

The charity began life in 2008, but has grown considerably since then and now, thanks to the help of foundations such as ours, runs its own school in the village of Bandja, providing young women with education vital to their future success in life.

Young women are trained in areas such as sewing, hotel and restaurant work, computer literacy and music, all of which help build self-esteem and increase opportunity.

Such young women are much less likely to get married young, run less risk of contracting HIV and are generally much better equipped to lead independent, safe and prosperous lives.

365 Foundation is honoured to support this valuable charity that is making an immeasurable difference to the lives of many young women in Cameroon.

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