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Shailkumari, student at Kamalini Vocational Training Centre, India


“I want to be my daughter’s inspiration, and Kamalini has given me that opportunity to set a better example for her.”

Diane, student at Yarani, Côte d’Ivoire


"Yarani has helped me to help others. I know that in the future, I too will be able to provide help to others."

Aminata, student at Yarani, Côte d’Ivoire


"At Yarani, we are taught well and supervised. They push us to advance ourselves. In the future, I see myself becoming an independent woman able to help and support my family. I would love to work in the biggest hotel in the world!" 

Wendy, student of Junkabal, Guatemala


"Women have the power to move forward and achieve better things. I never imaged I could, but it is possible!”

Ogechi, student at Wavecrest College of Hospitality, Nigeria


“I watched many girls of my age going to and from school and kept dreaming of the day I would go back to school.”

Liliane, trainee nurse at ISSI, DRC


Liliane came from Lumbumbashi to study at ISSI, having made a tough decision to leave loved ones behind in her hometown. Despite this and the added hardship of struggling to fit in when she first arrived, Liliane is determined to succeed. 

Monique, trainee nurse at ISSI, DRC


Monique came from a difficult past, depending on someone who let her down numerously, she did not believe things would work out for her the way they have.

Vicky, trainee nurse at ISSI, DRC


Vicky is currently studying in her second year at ISSI. Whilst she has found the process of getting her academics a little challenging, she also feels proud to be training at ISSI.    

Vicky, trainee nurse at ISSI, DRC


Coming from a large family with nine siblings, Vicky wasn’t sure what her future path looked like as she simply did not have the means to continue with her studies.

Ujunwa, student at Lantana College, Nigeria.


"People expected my father to resort to giving me out for an early marriage but instead he decided to send me to study in Lantana College".