Rutland High School WISER Presentation
Upcoming SlideShare
Loading in...5
×
 

Rutland High School WISER Presentation

on

  • 350 views

 

Statistics

Views

Total Views
350
Views on SlideShare
350
Embed Views
0

Actions

Likes
0
Downloads
2
Comments
0

0 Embeds 0

No embeds

Accessibility

Categories

Upload Details

Uploaded via as Microsoft PowerPoint

Usage Rights

© All Rights Reserved

Report content

Flagged as inappropriate Flag as inappropriate
Flag as inappropriate

Select your reason for flagging this presentation as inappropriate.

Cancel
  • Full Name Full Name Comment goes here.
    Are you sure you want to
    Your message goes here
    Processing…
Post Comment
Edit your comment
  • Talent Identification Program,
  • Talent Identification Program,
  • Talent Identification Program,
  • Talent Identification Program,

Rutland High School WISER Presentation Rutland High School WISER Presentation Presentation Transcript

  • Women’s Institute for Secondary Education and Research, Muhuru Bay, Kenya in partnership with Duke University and the Duke Global Health Institute Learn. Be. Live. Rutland High School HARAMBEE
  • Women’s Institute for Secondary Education and Research, Muhuru Bay, Kenya in partnership with Duke University and the Duke Global Health Institute Learn. Be. Live. Oyaore! Idthi Nade? Adthi Ma Ber! Ma Ber!
  • Kenya WISER In MUHURU BAY View slide
  • A Partnership Across Seas Dr. Rose Dr. Sherryl View slide
  • A Letter Dear Andy, “ The male teachers cane me unconditionally…the boys take my private parts as their toys…please get us out of this hell.” Sincerely, Janet
  • 3 Steps for Growing WISER The Big 5 Ideas
  • 1. LIVE
  • “ Should I stop having sex with my teacher who pays my school fees?”
  • “ Last year, my sister was told by a man he was going to take her to her first supermarket. She got in the car, and never came back. She was forced to marry.”
  • “ Only 5% of the girls in Muhuru Bay attend secondary school, why should I not try to marry early?”
  • “ I fetch water and firewood for 5 hrs a day, when do I have time to do other things?”
  • “ During the dry season, women, me, are the first harvest.”
  • “ I am a fish monger. I sell my body to the fishermen so my kids can eat. I am a widow of 11 kids. We all have the illness.
  • Malaria Rate HIV/AIDS Prevalence Muhuru Bay
  • 2. LEARN
  • “ Educating girls yields a higher rate of return than any other investment available in the developing world.” World Bank
  • Her hero.
  • Her gatekeepers.
  • Every year of secondary school will increase a girl’s future income by 15-25%. Her opportunity. Each extra year of primary school will increase lifetime wages by 10-20%.
  • Her power.
  • Bottom Line
    • 204,000 adolescent girls in Kenya drop out of secondary school per year and become mothers.
    • If they went back to school, $504 million could be saved from health costs.
    • That’s the same amount of money made by the Kenyan construction sector per year.
  • 3. Be
  • BIG 5 Priorities for Empowering New Self-Reliant Women Leaders
  • 1. Creating a Safe Space for Girls. Educational Capital
  •  
  • 2. Community Ownership Educational Capital
  • 3. Local Vision Educational Capital
  • 4. Local Labor Educational Capital
  • 5. Local Success Educational Capital
  • Clean, Drinking Water Solar/Wind/Grid Power 6. Get more Time Educational Capital
  • 120 Students (100% on scholarship) 8 Kenyan Teachers with 1 Month US Fellowship 1 Kenyan Headmistress 1 Executive Director Staff of Muhuru Bay Gardeners, Matrons, Maintenance, Security Guards, Cooks, Cleaners, Teaching Assistants 7. Getting the Right People Educational Capital
  • 8. Co-Curriculum Chinese Proficiency Literate in Computer Technology Social Entrepreneurship College Ready Educational Capital
  • 9. Building our Foundation through WISERBridge 450 boys and girls 14 Primary Schools 56 Teachers Double Passing Rate Educational Capital
  • 36 years old and Back in School. Educational Capital
  • BIG 5 Priorities for Empowering New Self-Reliant Women Leaders
  • 1. Simple Equation Economic Capital
    • Pilot: 3 Girls, 3 Boys Entrepreneurs
    • 15% to WISER, 65% individual, 20% sustaining
    • Market, Social, Financial, Sustainability Analysis of each Initiative (MSFS)
    2. WISER Youth Social Entrepreneurs (WYSE) Economic Capital
  • 3. Transfer New Skills Economic Capital
  • 4. Create New Markets Economic Capital
  • 5. New Exposure Economic Capital
  • 6. New Networks Economic Capital
  • 7. New Public Resources Economic Capital
  • BIG 5 Priorities for Empowering New Self-Reliant Women Leaders
  • 1. Partners in Health Community Health Advancement Mapping Project 3 Year HIV/AIDS Research Program with Duke Global Health Institute SolarChill Refrigerator in partnership with Greenpeace Health Capital
  • 2. The Power of the Pad 25,000 Johnson and Johnson Sanitary Pads Health Capital
  • 3. SolarAID: Solar Baskets Health Capital
  • 4. SolarAID: Micro Solar Lightbulbs Health Capital
  • 5. Increasing Latrine Coverage and access to Clean Drinking Water with UNICEF Health Capital
  • BIG 5 Priorities for Empowering New Self-Reliant Women Leaders
  • 1. Primary School Soccer League Men & Boys
  • 2. Academic & Athletic Excellence Men & Boys
  • 3. Gender Allies Camp WISER for Girls and Boys led by Duke students Technology Seminars and Professional Development International Young Future Leaders Summit 1. 2. 3. Men & Boys
  • 4. WISERBridge Boy & Girl Success Men & Boys
  • BIG 5 Priorities for Empowering New Self-Reliant Women Leaders
  • 1. Local Investment Building Costs $500,000 Water Pump/Filtration System Costs $120,000 Solar Powered Campus $20,000 Sustainability
  • 2. School Investment: Opportunities to become self-reliant women leaders Sustainability
  • 30 WISER Partner Schools by 2010 with 4 Yearly Goals 3. International Investment Sustainability
  • 1. Primary Investment: $1000 per Year Sustainability
  • 2. Secondary Investment: Your Choice Sustainability
  • 3. Learn and Share: Learn the Girl Effect
  • 4. Live & Connect: Annual International Summit
  • $25 provides Pencils, pens, exercise books, and a calculator for one girl per year.
  • $50 provides 13 Textbooks
  • $100 provides 2 skirts, 2 blouses, 2 pairs of socks, 2 pairs of shoes, 2 pairs of sandals, and 2 sweaters.
  • $250 provides Science Laboratory equipment for 30 students for 1 Full Year.
  • $500 provides 5 Teachers with Full Teaching Supplies for 1 Year
  • $1000 provides One Girl’s School Supplies & Residential Supplies for 1 Year
  • Power of $1000 for 1 Girl
    • Academic Bundle
    • 13 Textbooks
    • 2 Uniforms
    • 20 Exercise Books
    • 1 Math Supply Packet
    • 30 Pencils & Pens
    • 6 Springfiles
    • 6 Reams of Paper
    • 1 Calculator
    • Travel Fees for Class Trip & Music Competitions
    • Exam Fees
    • Sports Equipment
    • Residential Bundle
    • Mosquito Net & Treatment
    • Medical Fees for Doctor’s Visit
    • Sheets & Blankets
    • Bed Mattress
    • Trunk and Lock
    • Silverware and Utensils
    • Sanitary Pad Packet
    • Bars of Soap
    • Toothpaste and Toothbrush
    • Shoe Polish & Detergent
    • Vaseline
    • Toilet Paper
  • $3500 provides Full tuition, room & board, all academic and residential supplies, water, electricity, and internet services per girl for 1 year.
  • Bottom Line: Realize Their Potential
    • 30 Schools
    • $30,000 Investment
    • 30 Empowered Girls at WISER
    • International Summit 2011
    • 11 Spots Left
  • 1
  • What If? One girl could finish secondary school?
  • What If? One girl never had to sell her body to feed her mind?
  • What If? She could spend 4 hours in the classroom rather than 4 hours carrying water from the lake?
  • What If? One girl could change everything?
  • www.wisergirls.org [email_address]