Scholarships For Girls

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Global Teacher

Send a Girl to Secondary School Initiative

CHF 600 puts a girl to school for one semester
CHF 3000 puts a girl to university for one year 

Cindy Hauert & Project details Read more

Our impact: 5 girls




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I was in Zimbabwe last August, and met a few times with Blessings Sibanda, who is continuing her education at the University in Bulawayo. She is doing a degree in Hospitality, with the goal of getting a position at a safari lodge in Zimbabwe. With her intelligence, conscientiousness and ambition, she is doing very well. She is now looking for a position as an intern. I helped her to polish up her CV. When she has finished this, she has her final exams to complete, and then will be in a very good position to find a good job. I am so proud of her! She has overcome a very difficult childhood, with only one indifferent parent; fortunately she has grandparents in Matopo who were willing, despite their meager means and advanced age, to take her in. Our project, which started in 2005, has been a huge support for her, as she was one of the scholarship girls who made it all the way through the six years of secondary school, with flying colours.

Cindy Hauert

Room to Read

Room to Read Scholarships for Girls Program

CHF 250 puts a girl to school for one year

Girls‘ education Read more | Take action Read more

Our impact: 5 girls




A Better World

✓ A child born to a mother who can read is 50% more likely to survive past 
the age of 5. Read more

✓ Educated mothers mean healthy children. 

✓ When you educate a girl, you educate the next generation. Read more

✓ An educated female population fuels a country's social and economic
growth. Read more 

✓ Women with higher levels of education are better able to handle a crisis.





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Albert Einstein