PAWA Challenge 2021

Walk, run, cycle….together we can cover the distance between PAWA’s projects…10,500 km… in 40 days… and raise vital funds.
Get moving, get fit, and change someone’s life!
Covid has devastated low income communities in Asia and many of the teenage girls we support may never return to education without additional assistance.
PAWA needs your help to keep their dreams alive
For information on how to register or donate go to : https://www.bigteamchallenge.com/step-challenge/pawa

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CARE Pakistan – Lahore, PAKISTAN 658 girls

“I am studying in class 10 (Arts). We are 2 brothers and 4 sisters. My father has no permanent job. I am the elder one among my sisters. It was very difficult to bear the expense of our studies with the basic necessities of life. 4 years ago, I left studying after giving my ninth grade exams because of poor conditions at home. After some time when our condition got better than before, I got admission in Gulshan Park School in ninth class again.

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Ponheary Ly Foundation – Siem Reap, CAMBODIA 13 girls

The Ponheary Ly Foundation (PLF) is a non-profit organization registered in the USA whose goal is to locate and serve the many children in remote northern Cambodia who live in the poorest rural villages and do not have access to equitable educational opportunities.  It started small in 2006 with one child and has grown to an independent charity harnessing support worldwide to assist almost 2800 children and young people a year.

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Persatuan Kebajikan Komuniti Tapah Road (Community Welfare Association of Tapah Road) – Perak, MALAYSIA 5 girls

The PERSATUAN KEBAJIKAN KOMUNITI is a local charity set up to help distribute and apply for governmental aids for needy people in Tapah Road and Perak. They aim to raise the standard of living in the community by encouraging education and new skills. PAWA will be supporting a grass roots programme to provide supplementary home tuition for 2 stateless sisters living in Tapah Road along with 3 other girls to be selected from their local secondary school.

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