We believe every girl and woman should enjoy the freedom to flourish. By supporting and campaigning for health and education initiatives, we exist to empower women to secure better chances in learning, vocation and life. The Dignity project would like to help girls in regions and countries who suffer in silence over the lack of menstruation hygiene provision. We campaign to bring awareness through the media, create educational materials and initiate ongoing fundraising ideas. We're starting by supporting girls at the Nyezerera School in Southern Malawi, in partnership with the African Child Trust (ACT) who exist to support the education of disadvantaged children and orphans in Africa. We are also partnering with Days for Girls who distribute feminine hygiene kits, drive awareness of the issue and help different communities to start their own programmes.
Registered Charity No.1128508
In memory of our dear and lovely friend Vicky Taylor a true blessing from God Janice and John Aird xxx
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My 11 yr old daughter was so inspired by Vicky Taylor, who told us about this the last time we saw her, that she started saving some of her pocket money each month. In memory of an incredible lady... X
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I think its a great concept and as a father of 3 daughters I fully support girls being able to maximise their time at school for as along as they can. Good luck
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This donation was a Christmas gift for a lady who has had a passion for education for 50 years. You guys do an amazing job, thank you.
Thank you for what you are doing for these young ladies!
Just read the BBC article and felt I needed to donate to something so worthy.
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THIS CHARITY IS AMAZING! SO EMPOWERING
Bethan, age 14, was inspired by a girls right to education and organised an afternoon tea to raise money. She did this with the support of Ruth Butler- Vicky Taylor's sister- on the anniversary of Vicky's birthday.
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