When I met Blandine Azinwi, a 20years old pregnant girl at our church cross-over crusade in December 2014 she was at the point of returning back to the village because she had no place to stay, no food and had not started Antenatal clinic meanwhile she was already 4months gone. I adviced her not to go to the village but remain in Yaounde and I will do my very best via my start-up NGO to help her since she met the criterias for those we had plans to work with for the Pregnant Girls Project.
This need falls under Denis Miki Foundation's Pregnant Girls project, where we identify needy and abandonned pregnant girls and assist them through the challenges and difficulties they face while educating and empowering them for the life after delivery, motherhood and child-up-bring. We get them involved in petite-businesses, scholarship grants for those who want to continue school after delivery, technological know-how, and securing of their dreams and ambitions, which are things that are most often destroyed from lack of hope when pregnancy comes especially added to abandonment.
This young girls case is very touching giving that she has being struggling her whole life after stopping school after the dead of her grandmum at primary 5, has as mother a mad woman and has never known her father. She is very intelligent, hard working and can sing so well. Am even hoping to produce her when I have the means.