Following nearly two years of enforced school closures many young ladies between the ages of 14 and 18 are too old to continue their education. Many have been forced into pregnancy through abuse or hopelessness; many have been traumatised through illegal terminations.
To meet the increase in demand for the services provided at the Amasiko Halfway House we are expanding the programme
We focus on providing opportunities, not aid and our efforts are geared towards developing countries – initially in Africa.
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You can sponsor a child through primary education for as little as £30 a month or $360 a year in the USA.
Helping young women (aged 15-21) who have dropped out of formal education to learn skills in order to become self-sufficient.
Empowering the women to expand their farms or projects and enable us to expand our outreach programme to support more women-led projects.
– Give the gift of your time and skills.
There are many ways to provide opportunities to those that we walk alongside in Africa, one of the most valuable is to physically walk alongside those who have so little, offering the gift of your time and skills.
Alongside Africa has two volunteer programs; Volunteering in Uganda or UK.