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Weʼre raising £1,000 to Raise money to build a dormitory at a girls school in Malawi. The girls can stay at the school instead of walking and risking being raped.

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Malawi is located in South Eastern Africa and is also one of the most impoverished and least developed countries on earth. As a result of this many children, particularly girls, are deprived of the right to an education.

As someone who values their education and feels that every child in the world should be entitled to the same standard of schooling that children here in the UK receive, i will be traveling to Chihame II CDSS School in Malawi on July 2019.

The purpose of the trip will be to build a dormatory for the girls studying at the school. Most girls come from homes with no running water or electricity and face a walk to and from school each day, which is miles long and involves them facing many dangers, such as rape.

The build of the dormatory means that girls can have the opportunity to continue their schooling into higher education as with the chance of rape comes the chance of pregnancy and in a less economically developed country the chances that a girl would continue their education after giving birth is extremely slim and virtually none existant.

During my visit to Malawi i will also be taking resources such as text books and starionary to the children and teachers of the school. This is becausw theirs are largely out of date, meaning keeping the childrens education current and relevant to present world issues is hard. With new resources and the dormatory the standard of education in the school can increase and more girls will be better educated in Malawi; bettering the countries adult literacy rates and decreasing teen birth rates. Whilst in Malawi i will also visit an orphanage and a womans group where my time and resources will also be well spent.

The money fundraised on this page will help support the buildinf of the doematory and will help fund the cost of the trip to Malawi.

Any donations by any member of the public would be greatly appreciated by not only me but also by the pupils and teachers at Chihame II CDSS School in Malawi.

Thank you for reading our story and for your kind donations.

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Page last updated on: 5/29/2018 3:31 PM

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  • Ellie Young

    Ellie Young

    May 29, 2018

    £20.00

  • Lee wilson

    Lee wilson

    May 13, 2018

    £10.00

  • Amy Smith

    Amy Smith

    May 10, 2018

    Hi hun, sorry it's not a lot, it's an amazing thing you're doing, good luck! Xxxx

    £10.00

  • t laidlow

    t laidlow

    May 10, 2018

    What a wonderful opportunity to experience the world and do something amazing for others . Your just the girl to do it and do it well . Very proud of you

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Enya Basquil

Enya Basquil

Gateshead, UK

I am a student at Cardinal Hume Catholic school and recently my school made a link with Chiame II CDSS School in Malawi. I am fundraising to fund a trip to the school in Malawi where I can help better the students and their school by building a dormitory & bringing them resources

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