There is a desperate need for clean water in Kenya. As hard as you may find it to believe, there is a crisis going on in Kenya. It's all about finding ways to make clean water available to every adult and child living in Kenya. You have a right when you ask what is the Kenyan government politicians doing to eliminate poverty and deliver humanitarian needs to Kenyans. However, that's not going to get the need going for people's daily needs. It's your duty and the duty of humanitarian groups in the Western world to reach out and do something to improve the lives of suffering Kenyans. You can make a difference by making donations to Kenyan nonprofit primary care charity donations.
Beads For Life
There is a Beads For Life donation group that you can make your donations to, and your donations are used to improve the status of women in Kenya. Funds are spent to make sure that children obtain quality education. Programs are introduced early in girls' elementary school. Those programs include creative writing, reading along with interactive and student-centered teaching.
Most Kenyan families cannot afford to send their kids to high school. What's the reason for that statistic? Well, one year of high school studying costs approximately $500. When you do the math. That amount of money far exceeds the annual income that most families have annually. The practice in Kenya is to push for educating boys and girls do not go to high school unless our donations expressly earmark your funds fore girls' high school education.
Your Donations Help
Nowadays, your donations go to Maasai tribe girls, and they are graduating as the first girls in their families to finish elementary school. That's great, but how sad it is that so many other girls previously never attended schools whatsoever. Sponsors now have the opportunity to meet with gils that they are matched with. Sponsors and their matched girls communicate regularly.
Not only do the sponsors meet the girls, but they also meet the family of girls and visit their schools as well. This network of support encourages the girls to do so well in school. Many of the girls take their education a step further and then attend and graduate from college. As a give back to their communities, the college-educated and graduated girls now staff high schools in their communities, which is an immense form of encouragement for new girls going from elementary and high schools and graduating from college themselves. That's why your BEADS donations are so important in keeping the program going for girls in Kenya.