Poverty, Pregnancy & Patriarchy

Meet Elice, Olipa, Ruth and learn how the lives of these three Tanzanian women have been shape by a lack of access to education.

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Meet the Tanzanian women who do not have access to an education.

In Tanzania, women living in rural areas are regarded by UNESCO as the most disadvantaged in the country.

A girl’s value in the home as a wife and housekeeper often leads to her education being sacrificed.

Learn how Elice, Olipa, Ruth and the Maasai’s lives have been shaped by Poverty, Pregnancy & Patriarchy.

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