Assistance and guidance on resource mobilization

Josephine Alain
Posted March 22, 2021 from Kenya

Hello beautiful sisters. I have this project in mind that i know  it will change many girls.I need guidance on how am going to start especially on resource mobilization. I want to  start it because of ;Human rights groups say eight counties in North Rift have recorded more than 20,000 teenage  pregnancies. Uasin Gishu and Trans Nzoia have more than 5,000 each, . This has led to high number of unsafe abortions, school  dropouts and Infections (STI/STD) that have further led to mental illness, depression and even  suicide among them.  The long stay of girls out of school has also lead to unimaginable high rise  of rape, defilement and gender-based violence staring at a generation at the brink of losing hope.  This situation has posed danger to the education, health, and life of a girl child.  SAVED DREAMS  is therefore here to bridge this gap through the “Her dreams matters Initiative ”. When you  empower a girl, you empower a community, you inspire a nation and safeguard the future of all  generations.  As the girl child struggles through the prevailing social conditions, there have been visible  ramifications on the boy child, who have equally been affected to devastating levels. Of concern  is their indulgence in unsafe and underage sex, drug abuse and dropping out of school.  It's for this reason that am planning to  organize a  child empowerment programme which will brings together about  boys and girls to reverse the trend. comprehensive workshop will see participants graduate as Trainer of Trainers (TOTs) in the  following empowerment fields:   Social empowerment  Educational empowerment  Mental health  Economic   Spiritual empowerment  am planning a lined up a structured follow-up programme on the participants to ensure  sustainability of the initiative.

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rebecca.tang
Mar 22
Mar 22

Thank you for sharing your plan. It is very meaningful projects. It really requires better education and brings the awareness of GBV. It can help a lot of girls and also save some lifes too. You may also look for NGO assistance on this.
May Almighty God bless you all!

Josephine Alain
Mar 23
Mar 23

Thanks

Sayfty
Mar 26
Mar 26

This issue is a big one and I think you wanting to do something about it is really inspiring. I would think and plan a little more as to how you would reach out to children, what resources you would need and the curriculum you want to teach them. Will you also engage parents in any capacity?