Give them the opportunity
to attend school.
As former International Educators, we firmly believe that education broadens minds, enhances earning potential and betters our global community.
Sadly, many young girls are still denied an education. Over 69 million young women around the world are not in school, and most live in impoverished countries.
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help us realize our mission.
A Sale for a Scholarship.
Share the Amaya Vision.
To help improve this worldwide problem, a portion of the proceeds from each Amaya sale provides scholarships for girls who otherwise would not be able to attend school. These girls are bright young stars who just need a chance to learn and acquire needed skills to up-lift themselves, their families and their communities.
None of these girls would have the opportunity to attend school without your support by purchasing an Amaya.
Meet A Few of The Girls
Nameera is new to us. She is 13 years old and in grade 8. This is her first year at Zabuli Education Center. She has 7 sisters and 2 brothers. Nameera would like to be a police officer when she finishes school. She is very happy in her new school and feels it is the best environment whereby excellent teachers will enable her to excel.
Rose is in boarding school since starting high school. She had a difficult time her first year being away from her family and living with girls from other tribes. The academics were also very demanding so she found it necessary to study all the time. However, she is doing well now and her grades go up every semester.
Meet Janhavi, a 13-year-old student in India. This bright and curious student is interested in academics, dance, cultural programs, and public speaking. She wants to become an engineer. Janhavi is an orphan and is struggling for the moment. We are hopeful she continues to study.
Jagruti continues to do well on her exams and has been promoted to 8th grade.
She is a very determined girl. In March she fractured her leg but recovered quickly. Her will power and physical strength made it possible for her to attend Summer Camp where she excelled.
Coming from a small house in the slums means it is not easy to get an education in a good school but she is fortunate to have that opportunity thanks to our customers.
Annet is a Masai girl from the Mara. There are seven children in the family and her father is no longer there. This year she changed schools to one in the Rift Valey that has higher academic standards and a fine reputation. The curriculum is very intense. She’s a good student and will no doubt excel there.
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