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q2:In World Girls Club is an organization which was started in the year 2010. This organization wanted ophans and those whose their parents can't afford money to pay for them school. These organization is very good and it is helping many girls. This organization has changed life for many girls. Those girls who were not having school fees and were loitering around they don't have that time because Sundays they always meet so that they can gain knowledge. This organization gives people food and even clothes. Those people who have been sponsored are working hard in their studies. This organization has helped many people.
Q40:Mixed
Q3:LIT WORLD GIRLS CLUB
Q4:LIT WORLD GIRLS CLUB
Q7:NAIROBI
Q6:KENYA
Q9:2-6 months ago
Q37:Good idea that succeeded
Q39:Physical well-being
Q38:Broad need
Q23:50
Q15:No
Q17:<<2012-11-27-KIBERA-S#646-P#01>>_
Q10:Female
Q13:The right people
Q12:Saw it happen
Q19:Food and shelter,Family and Friends,Physical Needs
Q18:Hopeful
Q8:LINDI
Q122:Under 16
Q133:None
Q132:None
Q134:None

q2: Paulines mother was suffering because she was a poor widow and was looking for a little jobs to help provide for her family.her daughter pauline was in class eight and she had done her K.C.P.E exams and needed school fees but she did not get even a cent. the school she was learning the equity bank manager came to the head teacher and told her that he he wanted to sponsor pauline.when the paulines mother heard the story she thanked the bank manager.Now pauline is learning at ikuu girls in meru.Thanks to the bank manager pauline is in secondary school.
Q40:Lasting change
Q3:PAULINE
Q4:EQUITY BANK
Q7:NAIROBI
Q6:KENYA
Q9:2-6 months ago
Q37:Good idea that succeeded
Q39:Social relations
Q38:Specific problem
Q23:-1
Q15:Yes
Q17:<<2011-05-12-EAST AFRICA MEDIA GROUP #163-P#001>>_
Q10:Female
Q13:The right people
Q12:Saw it happen
Q19:Physical Needs,Creativity,Self-esteem
Q18:Important
Q8:Uthiru
Q122:Under 16

q2:It was the year 2009 when an organisation held a discussion about girls. It was known as "Sita Kimya". They meant that one should come out and stop rape which has been a crime in our country because many of the girls are being raped. This rape may cause unwanted pregnancies and one may also drop out of school. Once there was a girl who was seriously raped and got injured. She didn't wait for 72 hours to pass but she rushed to the hospital before bathing to get help. It is true that when one is raped, the best thing to do is to go to the hospital where the doctors will check on that keenly and you may be given some medicine for protection. Speak out, "tujitokeze, tukomeshe ubakaji" Yes we can.
Q40:Lasting change
Q3:GIRLS SPEAK OUT
Q5:hours, crime, held, rape, girls
Q4:SOCIETY
Q7:NAIROBI
Q6:KENYA
Q9:1-2 years ago
Q37:Good idea that succeeded
Q39:Physical well-being
Q38:Mixed
Q23:-1
Q15:No
Q17:<<2011-03-16-Kibera-Ogira-Magoso-S#043-P#001-P#003>> _
Q10:Female
Q13:The right people
Q12:Was affected by what happened
Q19:Physical Needs,Creativity,Self-esteem
Q18:Important
Q8:KIBERA - LINDI
Q122:Under 16
Q133:36.77880700000000
Q132:-1.32614600000000
Q134:Community

q2:It was three years ago when we were attacked by the Kalenjin tribe. We were living in their land which we bought from them. The tribal clashes brought about by the disagreement of the Kisiis and the Kalenjins. Their MPs commanded them to clear us because they wanted to take our lands, livestock and money. Suddenly, they decided to chase us away and they took our land. Men were cut their heads, pregnant women were cut their stomachs and babies were removed. Boys were cut their private parts and hanged somewhere on trees and the parts of girls were raped and some were kidnapped. Other girls were married by force. Surely, it was painful to everybody family. When we saw girls being raped in front of our eyes. Even my mom whom I loved most got lost. I have never seen her again.
Q40:Lasting change
Q3:GRAVE EVIDENCE
Q5:front, men, years, take, family
Q4:EVERYONE
Q7:KISUMU
Q6:KENYA
Q9:More than 2 years ago
Q37:Bad idea
Q39:Physical well-being
Q38:Specific solution
Q23:-1
Q15:No
Q17:<<2011-04-20-Kisumu-SilasOwiti-S#217-P#001-P#003>>_
Q10:Female
Q13:Nobody
Q12:Saw it happen
Q19:Physical Needs,Creativity,Self-esteem
Q18:Horrible
Q8:SONDU - SIGOTI
Q122:Under 16
Q133:34.68333000000000
Q132:-0.05000000000000
Q134:None

q2:Ihave learnt about mrembo programme this week but am very much impressed with what they are doing for the girls i have benefited from other organisations by giving my family food,sanitary towels and so on.in my dreams i want urembo coaches to teach me about HIV/aids unwanted pregnancy and many others
Q40:Lasting change
Q3:Lesson well learned
Q5:towels, pregnancy, sanitary, giving, girls
Q4:Mrembo programme
Q9:Less than 2 months ago
Q37:Good idea that succeeded
Q39:Social relations
Q38:Broad need
Q23:-1
Q15:Unknown
Q17:<Q10:Female
Q13:The right people
Q12:Was affected by what happened
Q19:Family and Friends,Physical Needs,Freedom
Q18:Important
Q122:Under 16
Q133:34.77684100000000
Q132:-0.07861100000000
Q134:Mrembo Program

q2: More than 2 years ago, there was a certain girl who sat for kenya certificate for primary education.After the result was annouced she was the first person with four hundred and forty five.she was as happy as king in his palace.But a bad luck the family was very poor and they could not take their daughter to secondary school. After three days they herd saome people asking about any girl who got four hundred and above mark.They tried and tried unt the daughter was annouced in the radio.So many people wanted to take the girls for example Ochieng baima from nyakach district mrs.lucy kibaki,mrs ida Amollo and so many other people A person who fight for her decided to take her was mrs lucy kibaki.The girl is now get knowledge in a day school very good girl from school she is going to the state house.Her mother is being help and she normaly goes there
Q40:Lasting change
Q3:the day i will never forget for along time in my life until i die
Q5:days, goes, state, mark, learning
Q4:she was taken/helped and she is noe learning and coming back to the state house and eat
Q7:KISUMU
Q6:kenya
Q9:More than 2 years ago
Q37:Good idea that succeeded
Q39:Social relations
Q38:Broad need
Q23:-1
Q15:No
Q17:<<2011-04-20-kisumu-SilasOwiti-s#210-P#01>>_
Q10:Female
Q13:The right people
Q12:Saw it happen
Q19:Family and Friends,Physical Needs,Freedom
Q18:Important
Q8:sondu/seme
Q122:Under 16
Q133:34.68333000000000
Q132:-0.05000000000000
Q134:None