Imagine yourself standing in a room and listening to women list all of the responsibilities that have been thrown on them while their husbands spend most of their time in liqueur dens taking cheap liqueur, which they call “changaa.”
Now envision them standing strong at the same time.
As our organizers work in the office, those women are on the ground recruiting more people to work towards the eradication of child poverty in their villages. How amazing is that? These women not only want to work towards getting children back into school, but they also see the importance in working to rehabilitate their husbands and others in the community. They want to see change!