East African Young Women's Leadership Initiative

Education, Leadership, and Rights Training for Indigenous Girls in East Africa

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Education

Each of our participants have graduated high school and are now in higher education.

Internships

All of our girls gain valuable life skills in their internships at various organizations such as: The Green Belt Movement, Sidai FM, and Ereto Child Fund.

Leadership

Our aim is to develop the young women’s skills, knowledge, environmental awareness, and confidence so that as adult women they will be successful leaders in their communities.

Environment

Climate change and the effects of globalization are felt more intensely by indigenous communities around the world. All of the young women are finding their paths to leadership and community development.

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