ActionAid III

Educating Girls in Tanzania, December 2011

The Global Campaign for Education has focused its campaign for 20011 on literacy and the power of words in overcoming poverty.
ActionAid, supported by Comic Relief have chosen to track the lives of four young girls in a remote community in Tanzania to highlight the challenges of getting a quality education.
Part of this project has involved photographing the daily lives of the girls, and the role they have to play in the day to day running of their families homesteads.

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  • Baby Larumba, who is now attending school regularly, poses for photographs on her homestead. Kate Holt.
  • Baby Larumba, who is now attending school regularly, poses for photographs on her homestead. Kate Holt.
  • Baby Larumba, who is now attending school regularly, poses for photographs on her homestead. Kate Holt.
  • Baby Larumba, who is now attending school regularly, poses for photographs on her homestead. Kate Holt.
  • Baby Larumba, who is now attending school regularly, poses for photographs on her homestead. Kate Holt.
  • Namuyuni, whose younger sister Leah was not allowed to attend school, poses for photographs. Kate Holt.
  • Namuyuni, whose younger sister Leah was not allowed to attend school, poses for photographs. Kate Holt.
  • Maua Juma, who is now attending school regularly, poses for photographs. Kate Holt.
  • Nastura, who was forced to leave Makuyuni Primary School after her grandmother died, poses for photographs. Kate Holt.
  • Nastura, who was forced to leave Makuyuni Primary School after her grandmother died, poses for photographs. Kate Holt.
  • Nastura, who was forced to leave Makuyuni Primary School after her grandmother died, poses for photographs. Kate Holt.
  • Namuyuni, whose younger sister Leah was not allowed to attend school, poses for photographs. Kate Holt.
  • Baby Larumba, who is now attending school regularly, poses for photographs on her homestead. Kate Holt.
  • Baby Larumba, who is now attending school regularly, poses for photographs. Kate Holt.
  • Baby Larumba, who is now attending school regularly, poses for photographs on her homestead. Kate Holt.
  • Zainabu, who dropped out of secondary school after becoming pregnant, poses for photographs. Kate Holt.
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  • Namuyuni, whose younger sister Leah was not allowed to attend school, poses for photographs. Kate Holt.
  • Namuyuni, whose younger sister Leah was not allowed to attend school, poses for photographs. Kate Holt.
  • Namuyuni, whose younger sister Leah was not allowed to attend school, poses for photographs. Kate Holt.
  • Maua Juma, who is now attending school regularly, poses for photographs with her family. Kate Holt.
  • Maua Juma, who is now attending school regularly, poses for photographs with her family. Kate Holt.
  • Maua Juma, who is now attending school regularly, poses for photographs with her family. Kate Holt.
  • Maua Juma, who is now attending school regularly, poses for photographs with her family. Kate Holt.
  • Maua Juma, who is now attending school regularly, poses for photographs with her family. Kate Holt.
  • Nastura, who was forced to leave Makuyuni Primary School after her grandmother died, poses for photographs. Kate Holt.
  • Nastura, who was forced to leave Makuyuni Primary School after her grandmother died, poses for photographs. Kate Holt.
  • Nastura, who was forced to leave Makuyuni Primary School after her grandmother died, poses for photographs. Kate Holt.
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  • Nastura, who was forced to leave Makuyuni Primary School after her grandmother died, poses for photographs. Kate Holt.