How would we Empower Girls’ in the Marginalized Communities through Education To Change the World?

To change the attitude of many national development frameworks that fail to recognize the value of educating girls; that they may improve their livelihood and stand on their own against discrimination in their lives.
Further make the Families & Policy Makers appreciate them as valuable resources for their country’s development in which in many communities its an advantage; many girls are taken out of school, married at an early age, or have their first sexual encounter, often coerced or tricked as well as being misled to the later or future life:-
1. Improved effectiveness and recognition of Girls Education and value.
2. Greater visibility and effectiveness of Policy maker’s efforts on GE
3. Increased capacity and effectiveness of Civil Society in Girls Education as well as accountability and service delivery, and advocate for the best of Girls Education.
4. Increased Community access to more diverse sources and types of information for Girls Education.

CAMPAIGN OBJECTIVES

The one aim of this Project is Girls as individuals and groups and general status of the Marginalization related to the issue of inequality in Girls Education.

We describe situations in Community to areas of acute and persistent disadvantage in Education (as distinct from the overall distribution of education opportunity).

As individuals girls are missing something in their lives and live a peace less within the communities. The specific study is due to some studies as: EFA-Education-For-All in which perspectives have varied in their approach to marginalization. These Groups as termed ‘Under-Served Groups’ including “the poor; street and working children; rural and remote populations; nomads and others.

HOW THE OBJECTIVES WERE ACHIEVED

1.Strengthening the presence and voice of women in policy, with the overall goal of developing leadership roles for Community women at the Household level.
2.To draw upon the popularity of community Women leaders’ in different areas of the Region and as well as the District level by utilizing a mechanism for delivering the Educational messaging and spreading awareness about Girls Rights to Education.
3.To ensure women know that Education is a women's rights.
4.The Project targets 4 Regions with 6 to 5 Districts in which the focus would be the Marginalized Rural communities, of the Pastoralists and Hunter Gathers in Mbulu and Hanangw District.
4.To address critical needs for functional literacy and Women microenterprise; the project aims to develop women's basic skills in literacy and livelihoods as they have to look after their children and focus on Girls Education.
5.To hold literacy training in local-languages and integrates sustainable livelihoods for all Girls.

CAMPAIGN INNOVATIONS

To address critical needs for functional literacy and Women microenterprise; the project aims to develop women's basic skills in literacy and livelihoods as they have to look after their children and focus on Girls Education.

The possibility of holding literacy training in local-languages and integrate sustainable livelihoods and includes practical exercises, allowing participants and recipients of the Project to immediately use what they have learnt as members of the Project as they acquire skills learned during literacy sessions. To complement literacy training and VICOBA groups with women who receive additional skill-training in locally relevant income generating activities and gain access to micro credit funds.

CAMPAIGN IMPACT

We would effectively like to reaching marginalized girls; “more or some,” such as those who are living in the boarding Schools far from Parents go into the doubling of wave of social, economic, and health policies targeted to reach the marginalized, these girls are aged 10-18 living apart from parents and leave school against their will and have Health Problems such as HIV/AIDS, as they get into unwilling sexual behavior when they need to borrow money in an emergency from bad persons and repay with sex hence getting infectious diseases as well as unwanted pregnancies.

Improve societal development and quality of life through family education and social development programs for girls with the means of improving the effectiveness of Health and Family Planning.

With the attention of improved Mother to Girls awareness of their girls and Sexual status with transparency; relationships develop better.

Improving the quality and effectiveness of their educational and social wellbeing

CHALLENGES FACED

We are expecting to bring a light of Education to Girls and the community involvement, knowledge of the implementation to regions, and experience in working with Government officials, local authorities and other partners involved in Girls Education in Communities, as well as villages and implementing activities around the following services:

1. Awareness on improving the quality and effectiveness of Girls education, Girls' Access to Education and developed effective models for working with others in the work in the three years of the Project.
2. Improve societal development and quality of life through family education and social development programs for girls with the means of improving the effectiveness of Health and Family Planning.
3. Improved Mother to Girls awareness of their girls and Sexual status with transparency; relationships develop better.

Proposed Interventions leading to Changes anticipated:
4.Improving the quality and effectiveness of their educational status.

LESSONS LEARNT

1.Educated women are more likely to seek healthcare for their children and to get jobs. Education delays the onset of childbirth, but also empowers women, "because once you're more educated, you can have more autonomy, more say in decision making processes in your marriage.
2. Contributing to the development of relevant educational and social policy informed and shaped by the needs and realities of girls themselves.
3. Improving quality and equity in education through increased community participation and improving the quality of education
4.Greater participation of parents and communities for the cause.
5.Girls by themselves would be improving the quality and effectiveness of their social and educational status and have good employment status.
6.We had learnt that women who are potential for Cultural and Economic problems that they miss their way to have skills and knowledge to engage themselves in life skills as a result of the Customs that are not fair.