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Youth are empowered by the power of spoken word.
The students of Kibera Girls Soccer, one of our partners, speak out in this video. They speak against stereotypes about people in developing nations and what people think that living poverty is like. "You might think I am poor, but I am rich inside!"
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Did you know?

Over 80% of Africans live on less than 1 dollar a day. Only one in three African children who start primary school will complete it. Only 44% of school aged children/youth in Africa are in school. 52% of children in Kenya orphaned by AIDS were not in school. Everyday AIDS kills 1600 children and infects another 14,000 people. Africa is home to 70% of all people living with HIV globally 60% of which are women and 11 million orphans. Kenya has 23% prevelance of child malnutrition. Only 57% of Kenyans have access to safe drinking water.


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