In 2009, Mrs. Fiona Kiggundu was approached by a young girl named Beck. She was 14 years old at the time and a pupil at Kalinabiri Primary school a school in the Ntinda area and in employment in a certain home as a domestic worker.
We support Girl teenagers in School as well as those that have dropped out of school due to early marriage or early pregnancy through our Girl Empowerment program.
Project Princess Initiative and some well-wishers built a school for the children of the drop out teenage Mothers..
Many of our girls come from backgrounds where they have no Role Models
To help, support and keep young vulnerable girls in school. We speak out for girls at risk – informing , motivating and equipping parents, school and communities about the advantages of rescuing ,stabilizing and giving girl children an education which in turn will promote safe motherhood , prevent many from HIV/AIDS and generally create more stable communities.
To support, Educate and Empower Girls to become responsible leaders of next generation.
* Support Girl children stay in school longer by providing them with the necessary information that would help them avoid the typical teenage obstacles.
* To support Girl teenagers that have dropped out of school through our girl empowerment program.
I am one of the very first girls PPI supported. I am very proud to be a PPI member. I feel like a big sister to the other younger Girls. Am now a college graduate with Bachelor’s Degree in Human Resource Management
PPI rescued me and have supported me through my education. I am now in year 5 of High School and one of the best students in my school and I want to be a nurse when I finish High School.
One day, PPI brought some visitors to our school. During the meeting I stood up and spoke my problems and one of the visitors became my sponsor. Am in year 3 of High School at Kalinabiri Secondary School. Grateful to PPI and happy. I want to be a lawyer in future.