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Beloved

A nonprofit based in Uganda, seeking to end the cycle of generational trauma, by reaching young girls in prostitution and rehabilitating them utilizing counseling, mentorship and education.

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THE PROBLEM

In Kampala, Uganda, there are 7,000-12,000 young homeless girls that are involved in prostitution. When these young girls have children, they are forced to raise them in the same environment, thereby continuing a generational cycle.

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THE SOLUTION

We’ve designed a two-year long rehabilitation program to help 6 girls at a time. We will have two partners, Raising Up Hope for Uganda, an organization focused on reintegration of street children into society, and 84 Days, a womens' empowerment nonprofit.

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HOW IT WORKS

Over two years, the girls will go through 4 stages: orientation and acclimation, counseling, mentorship and community involvement, and finally integration in the church community.

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USE OF FUNDS

The cost of living in Uganda is 89% cheaper than most countries in the world so with an investment of $5,000, we would be able to rent and furnish an already identified home for the girls, pay a field director, a house mom, and afford food and medical expenses for one year.

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