Educating Vulnerable Women and Youth

Sauti Moja provides vulnerable women and children - stigmatized girl mothers, young mothers, shepherds, household labourers, and deaf children – who have been unable to attend school with educational opportunities that contribute to personal and family well-being.


Unschooled young wives attend Adult Literacy Class to achieve primary school equivalency; this is complemented with training in family health and women and child rights. Education increases quality of life, provides new socio-economic opportunities, enhances child care and increases commitment to children’s education.



Due to poverty, shortage of household labour, and/or lack of appreciation for formal education, many children are unable to attend school. However, after the days work is done, boys and girls are excited to attend Shepherd School, where they can achieve primary equivalency.


Girl mothers, whose families are unable or unwilling to support them, are provided with academic and vocational training so that they eventually become self-sufficient and are able to care for their child well. Sponsors provide financial support to educate the girl and ensure good care for her baby.


Deaf children who are unable to access special needs education are supported to attend boarding schools that offer primary, secondary and technical education for the deaf. Their educational success reduces community stigma toward them and helps them find meaningful employment.

                   Donate $120 will cover one year of education costs a young mom to learn to read and write

                            $20/mo will cover costs for a boy or girl child mother to attend Shepherd School


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