The Rose Buds

December 1st, 2016|Keeping Girls in School|

Rose Buds is a group of 19 girls in Muki Turi and 31 in Alem Ketema.  Becky visited them the last part of February and had a chance to talk to each one who was in school that day.  She asked them the most important thing that had happened to them this last quarter; good […]

LEAVES INSTEAD BINDING: MENSTRUATION AS AN AFRICAN TABOO

May 23rd, 2016|Keeping Girls in School|

April 22, 2015 – By Carola Frentzen

When girls in Africa have their period, they often miss several days the school. There is a lack not only of hygiene articles, but also of openness. But there are projects and ideas to improve things.

Addis Ababa / Muka Turi. (AP) So it looks in the Western world: On Send […]

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