Teach her to read and love books. Books will help her
understand and question the world, help her express herself,
and help her in whatever she wants to become.

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College Library

Programs/Services

​In Burkina Faso

  • All-female instructors and remedial literacy courses to increase students’ literacy rate.

  • Instructors for skills such as arts and crafts, sewing, baking, and music appreciation.

  • Soccer and basketball teams. 

  • Coaches for leadership skills, financial literacy, human growth development, and career guidance. 

  • A library.

  • Study rooms.

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In Georgia

  •  ELEMENTARY SCHOOL LEVEL: 1st, 2nd, 3rd, 4th, and 5th grades.

  • Guest authors: We aim to organize author visits to schools, to further enrich literacy education.

  • Reading book challenge of 25 books per year.

  • Recommended books list, such as picture books, comic books, and chapter books.

  • Writing contest at the end of the school year.

  •   MIDDLE SCHOOL LEVEL: 6th, 7th, and 8th grades.

  • Literacy club: online/in-person 

  • Reading book challenge of 25 books per year

  • Recommended books: Any genre.

  • Conversation partners program.

  • Use of an online program library such as Epic/News ELA.

  • Writing contest at the end of the school year

To Educate

Improve student retention rates among middle school girls and high school girls in Burkina Faso by working to increase the literacy rate among disadvantaged female students in Burkina Faso. 

To Empower

Train and equip middle and high school girls with vocational skills and sportsmanship values in order to prepare them for the real world.

To Lead

By providing courses and tutoring sessions in addition to life skills (such as financial literacy, self-reliance, leadership skills, and more), we will provide the necessary foundations for our students to become future leaders.

WHY WE SERVE

To educate and to equip young girls and E.S.L students with the kind of education that they deserve for a better future.

WHO WE HELP

Young, disadvantaged girls in underserved areas of Burkina Faso.

English as a Second Language (ESL) students from elementary schools and middle school in Cobb county, Georgia.
 

WHAT YOU CAN DO

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