On International Women’s Day, I want to thank all the sponsors and other people who help us, who are making a big difference to the very vulnerable girls whom we help to support.
Every single vulnerable girl is being given a chance to have a better and brighter future. They are being given chances and choices that they wouldn’t otherwise have been given. These girls now have more employment opportunities open to them; even if they don’t pass their final school exams…they will have better literacy and numeracy skills. Hopefully, more girls will pass exams and go on to further education or learn a trade. If you would like to help support a girl then please email me email@example.com
By supporting teenage girls with simple projects like The Period Poverty Project, girls are no longer missing school each month. They now have the same opportunity for education as the boys in their school. We sent sewing machines for some of the girls to make reusable sanitary towels. A small, low cost project making a big difference!
We want to thank and celebrate all the women who are living in extreme poverty and doing their best as single parents, or bringing up grandchildren or even fostering children. These are strong women, quietly making a difference in a very difficult situation.
These girls are the future women who will make a difference. Thanks to all their role models and to everyone who is helping to shape their futures. Happy International Women’s Day, Sarah x
It’s Mother’s Day where I live but I would like to spend a few minutes thinking about the orphans whose mothers are no longer with them. The mothers who are struggling to feed their children. The mother figures who are caring for other people’s children. Thank you to all the volunteers who help at The Foundation to help nurture the hundreds of orphans and other vulnerable children. Life is hard for these children but these strong women are an integral part of Changing Lives Malawi. Thank you for helping these children feel loved and important. Thank you for all you do.
If you would like to support the work at The Foundation firstname.lastname@example.org Thanks for reading, Sarah x
On International Women’s Day I just want to say THANK YOU to the strong women in Northern Malawi who are nurturing the hundreds of orphans and other vulnerable children. At the Foundation, women play an important role. There are women trustees, employees, volunteers, then there are the women bringing up children in poverty, women bringing up children on their own, grandmothers or aunts bringing up children or women fostering children. Thank you all. We see your strength, we see your struggles. We will continue to support you to care for the children you look after and nurture. I hope you enjoy the photos of just some of the hard working women. Thanks for reading, Sarah x