Maasai Girls Fund 
In 2015, we learned that girls in the village we visited were routinely cut and traded for cows as "child brides!"  We opened a dialogue with the local chief Kelembu, and introduced him to another Maasai leader who advocated to end those practices. Kelembu was open to new ways and positive change in his village. He found 5 families willing to break tradition, by promising not to cut and marry their daughters in childhood.  Instead, the girls would go to school. When those five (below) came home on their 1st break, every girl wanted to go school!  It was the END of female cutting and BEGINNING of a new era, and a new fund to support their schooling. Please join our on-going effort to free girls from harm and up-lift a community!  
SENDING GIRLS TO SCHOOL IMPACTS THE FUTURE
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NO MORE CHILD MARRIAGE, NO MORE UNNECESSARY SUFFERING 
and EVERYBODY WINS!
According to World Bank and United Nations studies, educating girls is the single best way to up-lift communities and end severe poverty. 

Today, we sponsor 48 vulnerable girls from Amboseli Kenya. 
None of them will ever be traded for cows and forced into polygamous marriages.  

Instead, they'll be able to count and calculate.  They'll be about to speak, read, and write in the languages of Kenya (English and Swahili) as well as their native "Maa" language. 
As students, they will be respected as individuals  as they grow... 


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