Posted by Monika Speitelsbach on Oct 16, 2017
ISEE Solutions
Investing in Sustainability, Education and Empowerment Solutions
$5 a year can keep a girl in school!
Erika van Oyen spoke about her most recent trip to Uganda and successful programs of ISEE Solutions. ISEE offers three areas of support: 
·        Sanitary kits & education
·        Mama Nguvu: empowering mothers
·        Educational partnerships
80% of Ugandan girls leave school once they get their period. ISEE Solutions provides girls with re-useable sanitary kits and education on reproductive health and safety.   One kit is $15 and lasts 3 years. 
You'd be hard pressed to find that kind of value anywhere else. Since 2012 ISEE has delivered 4,250 sanitary kits and educated young women and boys to help prevent unplanned pregnancy and prevent the spread of STDHIV/AIDS.
35 Mamas have benefited from the micro loan program to start a business to help them send their children and grandchildren to school. Businesses including water storage and sales, book making, sewing services and cooking/food service. Each project must be sustainable by generating ongoing income which will be reinvested to support future Mamas.
ISEE also partners with Ugandan schools and teachers to foster educational environments. ISEE mentors educators on modern teaching practices including activity based learning and supplies hard to acquire materials for schools and libraries.  For more information, please click on the links below:
Because poverty should not be a barrier to education! 
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