The key to the empowerment of those unprivileged people–education.

Girls' Globe

Education is priceless.

But what happens when you put a real price on education?

(I’m not talking about yearbooks and locker fees.) 

For 12-year-old Chefor Fritz in Cameroon, he spent the summer selling onions to earn money to go to secondary school. If he does not raise the money, he will not be able to go to school. Read more about the children in Cameroon in this article: “Schoolchildren in Cameroon Hawk Goods to Raise Money for New School Year

But education does not always mean school. Education can come through vocational training programs, literacy, and various other facets.

For Siphosethu Ndlovu in Zimbabwe, she never went to school. She is disabled and has spent her life, isolated, barely getting by. When she was 10, her uncle took her to the streets and taught her to beg. Because of the social stigma that comes with disabilities, she…

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