Poverty is a crucial determinant of whether a girl attends school. Research consistently demonstrates that girls facing multiple disadvantages - such as low family income, living in remote or underserved areas, having a disability, or belonging to a minority ethnolinguistic group - are the least likely to attend and complete school. Education equips girls with the necessary foundation for success, enhancing the future of their families, communities, and respective nations.

Mohioshi supports girls and women by providing everything needed to continue their studies. This includes school fees, uniforms, books, and exam fees, all funded through the scholarships they receive from us. We also ensure they have a community and a safe place to meet, study, and broaden their horizons at the Mohioshi centre in Barashia.