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Why we help
In Uganda, women face a wide range of challenges including discrimination, low social status, violence, lack of economic self-sufficiency, and greater risk of HIV/AIDS infection. Education and literacy are preconditions to development and determines the status of men and women with strong benefits in areas of economics, health and agriculture. Gender discrimination has reduced many women’s man power to act independently, educated, avoid poverty, and escape reliance upon abusive men. Female education has remained lower than that of male causing illiteracy levels among women (61.3%) with rural-urban differentials of 10.7 million of Uganda’s women population.
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Access to school
The sparsely populated areas tend to have schools that are 10 kilometers or more away from the clusters that people live in. This is a very long distance for children who walk on foot to school. This discourages children from going to school because by the time they get to
Is also a major cause of school dropouts. Children who are orphans in most cases do not have anybody to take care of them mostly on issues concerning with education and even if they have them, these people normally care less about them and some even exploit them in the long run.
Is also a significant factor that leads to school dropouts. It is noted that most children in rural areas are taken to gardens to scare birds from eating crops and those above the age 10 years work in stone mines and fishing. Children exposed to child labor often get tired to concentrate at .