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Shukuru helps girls invest in their own education.

High school is the road less traveled for a girl in Africa.

The Global Education Agenda: Where to Now?

So far, the 21st century has seen great improvements in primary school enrollment. When the UN Millennium Development Goals (MDGs) were set in 2000, there were 102 million primary school age children not in school. In 2013, that number had fallen to 57 million children. Clearly, there is significantly more work to do, especially in Sub-Saharan Africa, but nearly halving … more

SEASON’S GIVING: Young Entrepreneurs & Rising Scholars

“Education means everything to me. I want to study hard to become a lawyer and help mothers and women obtain their basic rights.” – Rozi Judika, 12 Mark this season with a gift that supports underprivileged girls like Rozi in their efforts to self-finance their own secondary education. In Tanzania, where 75% of girls are unable to attend secondary school, their potential is … more

Shukuru Girls: A Chance to Be Somebody

SHUKURU Empowering Girls through Education & Entrepreneurship “I just want to be somebody.” -Maria Jems, 11 Shukuru’s first-ever group of Shukuru Girls seems at first to be a quiet bunch, shy and reserved around adults. They lightly shake my hand and bid a barely audible ‘good morning’ when I greet them. But don’t let their quiet voices fool you into … more

Join the Girl Revolution!

Support Girls Investing in their Own Education! HANDOUTS DON’T WORK. EMPOWER GIRLS THROUGH ENTREPRENEURIAL SOLUTIONS TO AFFORD THEIR OWN SCHOOL FEES AND GAIN LONG-TERM SELF-RELIANCE.  A Girl Revolution has begun in Tanzania. What is that, you ask? It’s when a girl realizes that SHE becomes the solution to her problems. It’s when she STOPS believing that her chance to get an education depends on … more

The Power of Believing
"Tanzanian Schoolgirls"

Today I visited a girl named Carrie*, a delicate, soft-spoken individual who looks younger than her 17 years. As we sit in the modest house she’s now living in with her sister and her sister’s family – no more than 60 square feet in all – she graciously serves me tea and bread. We’re surrounded by the family’s beautifully cultivated … more

Back to School: Not for Many Girls in the Developing World

Summer is coming to an end and the back to school promotions are on full force here in the States. It can be hard to realize that not all children in the world are able to attend school. Girls in the developing world, where tuition is not free, stay home in large numbers. In sub-Saharan Africa, only one in five … more

Twitter Updates

A statement from our founder regarding the next step forward for Shukuru… https://t.co/i8q3sG6FqW
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R friend, Dr. Trent inspires our dreams. Her new bk- a must read, The Girl Who Buried Her Dreams in A Can. Buy now: http://t.co/y471j0yxJ2
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Thanks @Redwoods1 for your donation and your support. Its always nice to meet more people that believe in what we are trying to do...
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It was an amazing two day workshop. The girls learnt so much. Go to our Facebook to see more photos of the two days. http://t.co/bBOPWQFZAx
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Our girls just completed a Sexual & Reproductive Health workshop with NAFGEM. Go to Facebook to see more photos. http://t.co/94Y3Tp8EBH
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Another sale for 3 of our girls and another happy customer. They manage the sale and the paperwork. A great day. http://t.co/u7T0IEEKpR
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A new flock of chicks have been delivered to some of our Shukuru girls. Look at those smiling faces.. http://t.co/E9yw0uVTFW
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