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The projects

 

 

» New Project: Future prospects for young women in Nepal

   
Project until:
Support so far:

Mid 2022

7.791,- €
 
1
21/25 vocational trainings á 371,- €
 
In addition to the specific problem of Kamalari girls in the west of the country (see Kamalari project), there are general problems for the youth in Nepal. Every day 1,500 young people migrate abroad. Reasons are severely limited job and training opportunities, low wages and poor working conditions in the country. For young women it is particularly difficult to get good education and a job. With this Plan project, 460 young women are to receive trainings adapted to the domestic labor market and in addition to receive a secure job with adequate salary and acceptable working conditions. We have decided to finance 25 of these 460 young women's vocational training. Each training will cost 371, - Euro. Learn more!
     
     
     

» Project: Education for children in Rwanda

   
Project until:
Support so far:

End 2021

9.684,- €
 
1
36/50 vocational trainings for young mothers á 269,- €
 
In Rwanda, 47% of the population is under 18 years old. The education of this young generation is crucial for the development of this country. However, many children drop out of school early. Traditional role models prevent especially girls from exercising their right to education. In particular, early pregnancies, gender-specific disadvantages and violence contribute to girls school drop out. Plan has set itself a special goal from this project: 100 adolescent mothers who have dropped out of school should receive vocational training, which cost about 269 euros each. We want to finance 50 trainings of these.
Learn more!
     
     
     

» Completed Project: Scholarships for Kamalari-girls in Nepal

   
Project until:
Support total:

End 2019

28.910,- €
 
This project has sufficient financial resources.
70 scholarships, 100 grants for school visits,
30 university grants and 25 study groups
financed.
 
In the west of the Himalayan state of Nepal lives the ethnic group of Tharu. One of their traditions is the Kamalari system - serfdom, which particularly affects girls. Plan is committed to the abolition of this tradition and opens educational opportunities for the girls. The Warner 4 Girls Foundation was supporting Plan on this project and has funded 70 scholarships for a two-year college degree, 100 grants for school visits, 30 university grants and 25 learning groups for girls. Learn more!
     
In addition, the Foundation has paid along with several supporters 1.000 € to the plan project for earthquake victims in Nepal in 2015.
     
     
     

» Completed Project: 18+ Avoid children's marriage in Zimbabwe

   
Project until:
Support total:

2019

8.150,- €
 
This project is completly financed.
50 vocational trainings á 163,- € financed.
 
In Zimbabwe, 34 percent of the girls marry before they are 18 years old. Usually a pregnancy soon follows the wedding. So these girls break school and get into a spiral of dependence and poverty. The aim of this project is to strengthen girls, so that they can determine themselves whether and when they get married. As part of this project, 50 unmarried, vulnerable girls who are no longer able to complete their general education will be professionally trained. Learn more!
     
     
     

» Completed Project: 18+Project Scholarships for girls in Malawi

   
Project until:
Support total:

End 2020

8.876,- €
 
This project is completly financed.
7 scholarships á 1.268,- € financed.
 
In Malawi, only half of all children complete schooling. Especially girls break off school early. This is often due to their marriage before turning 18 and pregnancy at a young age. This project aims to improve the educational opportunities for girls among very disadvantaged families. For these girls scholarships, school fees, school uniforms, teaching materials as well as living and transportation costs will be covered. Learn more!
     
     
     

» Completed Project: Scholarships for teacher training in Burkina Faso

2    
until:
Support total:

October 2016

10.800,- €
This project is completed.
9 scholarships á 1.200,- € financed.
 
In Burkina Faso, 71% of the population can neither write nor read. The percentage of illiterate women is even higher. PLAN aims to enhance the rate of school enrolments and graduation from primary school in Burkina Faso among girls. To achieve this objective, PLAN aims to qualify an overall of 500 women to becoming a teacher and serve as role models for schoolgirls. Learn more!
     
     
     

» Completed Project: Scholarships for indigenous girls in Guatemala

3    
until:
Support total:

Mid 2011

9.600,- €
This project is completed.
25 scholarships á 380,- € financed.
 
Plan gave 1,000 scholarships to girls from 93 rural municipalities to enable them to attend secondary school. In addition, workshops with local leaders were conducted in order to establish the scholarship programs autonomously and on a long term basis in the communities – the principle of self-help. Learn more!
     
     
     

» Total support since 11/2008:

84.811,- €

 

 

 

 

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