The We Yone Child Foundation, a non-profit organization dedicated to empowering underprivileged children and providing them with opportunities for a brighter future. Firmly believing in the transformative power of education and sought to make a difference in the lives of young girls with support from Paul Hodges Trust to train 100 girls from KrooBay and George Brook aimed to equip these girls with essential life skills using the LOVE, LEARN, AND PLAY GIRLS’ CLUB methodology.
With the support of the Paul Hodges Trust and in collaboration with UE Flourishing, the We Yone Child Foundation embarked on a mission to train 100 girls from KrooBay and George Brook. They aimed to equip these girls with essential life skills using the LOVE, LEARN, AND PLAY GIRLS’ CLUB methodology.
With support from the @PaulHodgesTrust in collaboration with @UEFlourishing we trained 100 girls using the LOVE , LEARN AND PLAY GIRLS’ CLUB life skills methodology with two slum communities KrooBay and George Brook. pic.twitter.com/A3goExVp14
— We Yone Child (@WYCF_SL) July 10, 2023
The LOVE, LEARN, AND PLAY GIRLS’ CLUB methodology designed to foster holistic development among young girls, focusing on their emotional well-being, educational growth, and the importance of play. It aimed to create a safe space where these girls could learn, grow, and thrive.
The We Yone Child Foundation’s Love, Learn, and Play Girls’ Club had transformed the lives of countless girls in Freetown’s slum communities. Through love, education, and play, these girls will find their voices, shattered societal barriers, and embarked on a journey towards a brighter future.