Please help empower our participants to protect their sexual and reproductive health

Your direct support will make a critical difference to some of the most marginalised people in Ghana and Malawi.

In Ghana, TfaC has started a new programme with a group of female sex workers in Old Fadama, a slum district in the centre of Accra. The majority of the women have children, many of whom live with them in the brothel. Sexual and physical violence is an everyday occurrence. It is hot, dirty and extremely dangerous. Financial support will enable us to work with the women to support them to examine their own behaviour, becoming advocates in their community for their rights to live without violence, and provide access to service provision and skills training.

In 2011 TfaC Malawi successfully supported thirty three sexually exploited girls to return to school. Whilst education is free in Malawi, the cost of books, uniform and transport remains a barrier to attending school. Last year we were able to provide the girls with small bursaries. One year later we are proud that all but two remain enrolled and attending school. However, we have no current funding to continue this support in the coming year. We need your help to keep them in school - a bursary for one girl for a whole year costs only £150 (MWK 60,000), but it helps these children remain safe, healthy and able to continue with their education.
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Your donation of

Will buy

£50.00 1 Interactive Theatre Performance to advocate for an end of Gender Based Violence
£150.00 1 girl's schools fees for a year in Malawi
£250.00 5 x HIV Testing and Counselling sessions in a community

Staff costs for 2 dedicated project facilitators

Prices are in British Pounds.

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We can accept your donation in USD, Euros or GBP. An ongoing gift can be made in GBP from your British bank account.

Thank you. Your donation will help  reduce the number of young people at risk of HIV infection.

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