The 4HER movement is a
grassroots initiative that is participatory in nature and utilizes the
expertise and tools that are respected by the target community for purposes of
galvanizing support towards the eradication of beading and the promotion of girls’
education. The project endeavors to spur change through a culturally sensitive,
human rights-based approach that promotes collective abandonment of the
practice with men, boys and communities taking a lead.
support means $ 5 worth a month of the much needed sanitary
$10 worth of exercise books for one girl for the
entire school term.
$10 for two solar lamps.
$15 worth of 500 brochures in the vernacular
$20 to host a community forum to discuss the
dangers of beading and promoting girls education.
$50 to print 500 posters.
$ 100 to host a 30 minutes radio talk show.