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Transforming Lives – Kudra Mwakitema

In a country where less than 10% of children from rural areas are enrolled in secondary school (2010), it was almost inconceivable that Kudra Mwakitema, from Tanzania, could aspire to becoming a lawyer. Tanzania is one of the poorest countries in the world, where children spend an average of just ...
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FIGHTING POVERTY

…serving the poorest A recent survey we conducted revealed that among the issues capturing public attention in the UK is the challenge of development in poor nations of the world. The UN’s Sustainable Development Goals (SGDs) are designed to tackle this issue. It is why some of our recent blogs ...
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Fighting Sexual Cleansings

Child sexual abuse is not a new phenomenon. Its prevalence in history is a reflection of the exploitative nature of the patriarchal structures that were, and are still in place. Recent stories in the news about sexual abuse in entertainment, politics, sports, business and other sectors are part of a ...
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ULEMU PROJECT

… Dignity for girls in Malawi The Ulemu Project aims to reverse the very high dropout rate of girls from education at early age in Malawi. Ulemu, in the Chichewa language means dignity. The Ulemu project is about dignity for girls in Malawi. A staggering 50% of girls in Malawi ...
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Shalom’s journey to Education

Like most children, Shalom Mirembe didn’t enjoy homework; thought school holidays were too short and missed her family when she was away at boarding school. But unlike most children, Shalom considered school a rare opportunity to learn and develop – and not to be taken for granted. As such, her ...
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