2 stories matched Female and Under 16 and Creativity and youth and group and member

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q2:This is a story about young lady who had no money to buy for anything. The lady was living with her grandfather. Here grandfather could not afford anything to help the lady. She decided to go and sell her body so that she could get money to herself and her grandfather. The first day when she went to meet the man who had bought her. The lady was very scared because she had not done that before. The boy asked her what was wrong with her. The lady explained to the boy. The boy did not do anything to her. He gave the lady some money to go and buy food for the family. The following day the boy came in her home with some members of youth Help Group and helped the lady with her grandfather. from that day her family did not have anyproblem.
Q3:EVERY PROBLEM HAS A SOLUTION
Q4:YOUTH HELP GROUP
Q6:KENYA
Q7:NAIROBI
Q8:LAIN SABA-KIBERA
Q9:2-6 months ago
Q10:Female
Q12:Saw it happen
Q13:The right people
Q15:No
Q17:<<2012-11-27-KIBERA-S#340-P#01>>_
Q18:Happy
Q19:Knowledge,Creativity,Freedom
Q23:50
Q37:Good idea that worked somewhat
Q38:Broad need
Q39:Physical well-being
Q40:Mixed
Q122:Under 16
Q132:None
Q133:None
Q134:YOUTH.

q2:Kibera Community Network is a group of youths who have come together and produced a means on how the youths in Kibera Slums,especially Makina could benefit by getting loans to start their own businesses through a project known as Kibera Community Bank loan.They educate the youths,on how to come up with viable business ideas.After that they take a loan from the bank and give to those who have a well business idea that would succeed,thus acting as a guarantor for the loan.They also offer membership cards oh NHIF to the youths.This has played a major role in development of youths in the society.
Q3:YOUTH EMPOWERMENT
Q4:EARYN
Q6:KENYA
Q7:NAIROBI
Q8:MAKINA
Q9:2-6 months ago
Q10:Female
Q12:Was affected by what happened
Q13:The right people
Q15:Yes
Q17:<<2012-04-28-KAWANGWARE-S#026-P#01>>_lumumbaokalo@yahoo.com
Q18:Hopeful
Q19:Physical Needs,Creativity,Fun
Q23:19
Q37:Good idea that succeeded
Q38:Mixed
Q39:Mixed
Q40:It requires a continuous effort
Q122:Under 16
Q132:-1.31020800000000
Q133:36.78494100000000
Q134:None