Education Before motherhood

Humble Beginnings

"Education Before Motherhood" is not just a phrase; it is a commitment to rewriting the stories of these young girls. It's a pledge to provide them with the tools to break free from the cycle of early motherhood, to stand on their own feet, and to create a future of their choosing. It's an acknowledgment of the power of education to illuminate even the darkest of paths.

Children Seeking Help

On & Off studies due to school fees

Kizito Junior Fizo

School fees of $200 per term
Preparing to start school

Nakayi Angel

School fees of $200 per term
On & Off studies due to illness and fees

Olito Malcom

School fees of $250 per term
Sitted home, delayed education

Namaganda Maria Sharon

School fees of $200 per term
On & Off studies due to skin illness and fees

Obuyi Ishaag Rashanali

School fees of $250 per term
Struggling with school dues

Kuku Benjamin

School fees of $200 per term

Happy Faces of program beneficiaries

With your support, we nurture these dreams, we fan the flames of hope, and we ensure that every girl has the opportunity to pursue education before motherhood. We understand that in their success lies the transformation of families, communities, and, ultimately, the world.

Frequently Asked Questions.

Hand to Hand Development Initiative is dedicated to supporting a variety of causes, from education and healthcare to disaster relief and youth empowerment.

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There are many ways to get involved with Hand to Hand Development Initiative, including volunteering, fundraising, and spreading awareness about our programs and initiatives. Please visit our website or contact us for more information.

Yes, we accept donations of items such as clothing, food, books, utensils and toys. Please contact us to learn more about what types of items we accept.

Come join us

We need to reshape our own perception of how we view ourselves. We have to step up as women and take the lead.