Watoto Read is partnering with Days for Girls to provide 21,000 reusable menstrual hygiene kits to girls in Chadian refugee camps to help them stay in school! Many refugee girls are forced to drop out of
school early because they are not able to care for their physical needs with dignity.

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Watoto Read’s mission is to resource and advocate for the education of children
and young adults living in refugee camps in Sub Saharan Africa.

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Amina, a Sudanese refugee girl in Chad, dreams of being the prime minister. She knows education is vitally important. Watoto Read is partnering with Days for Girls to keep refugee girls in school. ... See MoreSee Less
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Girls’ education is a very important priority. They need positive female role models. Therefore, keeping girls in school is critical. ... See MoreSee Less
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Why Chad? Because some of the world’s most forgotten children live in the refugee camps of Eastern Chad. qoo.ly/3btw3b ... See MoreSee Less
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The government shuttered schools very early in the pandemic. With help from Watoto Read to buy hygienic supplies, schools have reopened. qoo.ly/3btduh ... See MoreSee Less
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