Our Girls at home

DSC04542 DSC04541 DSC04542 DSC04548 DSC04551 DSC04553 DSC04554 Our Coordinator Urmila has spent the last few weeks visiting all our Girls in their homes and meeting up with their mums and dads and checking in.

In the islands life is lived on the mat and here you can see some pics of the Girls weaving, and washing their clothes and dishes and one of our lovely mums selling her lush papaya.

The feature shot is of one of the Girls we support with her parents kava shop, your generosity helped them set this up and they’re doing well.

Urmila found that some of the girls were missing school because they only had one uniform and limited access to clean water for washing and so only attended every few days.

Others didn’t have any shoes or bags. Monitoring visits are so important because they help us direct our support to removing the barriers to Girls’ being and staying in school.

Thank you for your ongoing giving!

Warmly,

Jane for team ‘a Girl & her world’

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