Early pregnancy affects the health, education and rights of a baby girl. An uneducated child will have difficulty finding employment and building a better life for himself and his family. A girl who becomes pregnant at age 14 or under will have her rights violated. There are 300 girls in Tanzania now. This year's report shows that by investing in girls, empowering them, and protecting their rights today, we can help them achieve their dreams. Various studies have shown that childhood marriages are more rural; when they occur in cities then they occur mainly in poorer families and in families with strong religious and cultural beliefs. In general, girls from low-income families are more likely to get married before the age of 18 than girls from high -income families. Poverty forces many girls to fall into risky areas such as unsafe sex, illicit trade such as drug trafficking, sex trafficking, early marriage and poorly paid employment despite health risks. Poor girls are often victims of fraud as well as sexual abuse or violence. Many also do not receive state and financial assistance to enable them to avoid unsafe sex and the risks and other dangers they face during this period. They do not provide sex education, health education and accurate and sufficient information to equip them to meet the challenges along the road to their success.
To get money to pay school fees for the students.
Enabling them to earn business venture capital.
Provide them with money to solve their personal challenges (physical needs).