My name is Kokou Eklou-Ali from Togo ( West Africa); my wife and I have been running a food store for 3 years in a suburb" Adidogome-Gbomame" in Lomé, Capital of Togo ( West Africa). What is the issue ? All started in 2010 when my wife and I came across a situation related to poverty, ignorance and illiteracy rate of girls and women in the above settled mentioned poor area of Lomé. We realized that women hardly strive to afford the basic needs of their children ( education, healthcares and nutrition). We then have been highly motivated to put hands in helping the schooling of destitute girls who are being deceived to be used in houses and markets as domestic girls and porters, spoiling thus their whole future. So with our own means and benefits we got from the food store, we come to support the schooling of 23 destitute girls in the suburb. Right now we are searching everywhere to raise $16,500 to help 100 identified deprived and destitute girls attend school from this academic school year 2014-2015 beginning in september 2014 in our country Togo. How will this project help and why people should be involved? This project will help solve girls illiteracy and serious situations including child trafficking and abuse, child marriage, prostitution and extreme poverty. With this project, destitute girls will be provided with scholastic materials, tutorial programs, provision of sanitary supplies, nutritional and medical kits as well as school fees paying. The 100 guardians and families of destitute girls will be freed of the financial burden of sending a girl to school; all the same the 100 educated girls will be kept off dropouts ans illiteracy. We strongly believe that investing in the education, health and empowerment of girls means that they will have the tools to make smart choices that will better their lives in the future; this project will restore their losses and extend to them the gift of hope through education.