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One Girl, One Bike

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$800 will be used to purchase bicycles to girl students in Kizomla Secondary school. The data from school indicate most of the students who are coming long distances their performances are not good. For example, the school has 10 girls who are coming more than 10 km around the villages in Mkamba war... Read More

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$800 will be used to purchase bicycles to girl students in Kizomla Secondary school. The data from school indicate most of the students who are coming long distances their performances are not good. For example, the school has 10 girls who are coming more than 10 km around the villages in Mkamba ward. The government policy for free education has made more enrollment at wards schools and within the ward, there are villages which are so far from the ward secondary school thus making most of the students walking a long distance to school. This campaign will enable 10 girls students at Kizomla to have a bike that will help them to go and return to school on time and be early in the classroom thus increasing their performances. 

The cost of one bike is $60 this means that for every $60 will enable one girl to have a bike for helping her to go and return to schools.

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Aristides L Zawadi, on behalf of

Aristides L Zawadi

I am asking for $800 to scale up the campaign of #onegirlonebike for girl students who live more than 10km from there schools. Most of the students especially girls in the rural areas, their performances are affected by staying far from schools. This will help girl students to be punctual to their school.

Aristides L Zawadi

OneGirlOneBike is a campaign that aims to raise money for girls who walking more than 10km at Kizomla secondary school. The bike will help them to go to school easy and be punctual to class thus attend all class sections on time especially those at morning also they will be able to reduce fatigue.

INTERNATIONAL: Mkuranga , TZ