CASE STUDIES

Below are a selection of case studies from our programmes in Ghana and Tanzania. They change regularly so please come back and have a look again!

Girls celebrating moving into their dormitory, Alexander Sauda SchoolEducating Maasai Girls in Tanzania

Read Natajewo Ololulu’s story of the impact her Girl’s Club is having in her school, Emanyata in Ngoronogoro District, Tanzania

Read Nabaya Parmya’s story of how Girl’s Clubs are helping her to learn about her rights.

Watch this film, showcasing work from our song and dance project, of Maasai girls performing for their parents and village a song to persuade them to send their children to school.

Keeping Girls Safe in Tanzania

Read Sarah Eliachim’s Story and find out what it is like to live in a ghetto when you’re not lucky enough to be able to afford a place in a dormitory.

Girl’s Dormitories at Secondary Schools mean that girls don’t have to live in unsupervised ghettoes. Watch an interview with Kilolo District Secondary Education Officer Theresa Zenda.

Take a peek inside Kilolo School’s Dormitory in this film, and listen to Lucy describe the difference it’s made to her life

It can be a struggle for communities to pay for the cost of building dormitories. In this film, the Executive Director of Irole Ward and the Headmistress of Lundamatwe School talk about their experiences

Health Rights in Ghana

Kumpariguga Community has seen great benefits from our Health Rights project in northern Ghana. Attitudes and practices have changed.

The Midwife. Roberta and Physician’s Assistant at Binduri Health Centre talk about their experiences working at Binduri

Organic Farming and Economic Development in Ghana

Read Elizabeth Asana’s story about how her mango nursery has grown and grown

Women’s Rights and Domestic Violence in Tanzania

Promised in marriage at 7 years of age. Read Veronica Kil0kunye’s story

Nakapi Leterta has recently been supported through a domestic violence case by PWC. This is her story.

Youth on the Streets – Arusha Youth Centre

CASEC’s Youth Centre is a chance for youths living on the streets to learn new skills, gain knowledge and brings new opportunities for livelihoods.

Nasiri Yasin Mwinyikondo attends fine art classes and is a craftsman in the city.

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