Education is a valuable tool needed to provide for ones family. Imagine not knowing how to read or write, not having any idea how to spell your name or the names of your children, never being able to answer simple questions like "how old are you?" or "when is your birthday/" Many women in third world countries struggle with these very issues.
The Denim Project seeks to walk alongside women who desire a basic education, mothers who require skills training to provide for their families, and diploma seeking mothers who require assistance to simply complete their high school education.
Basic education skills allow mommies to learn to print their names and to read simple sentences, to recognize numbers and understand dates, times, and basic math skills in order to thrive in society.
Skills training provides practical skills in a variety of areas to equip women with the tools needed to start their own business or apply for a job that will raise the earning potential for their family.
High School Diploma: some young women lack a small amount of education or simply the money to complete a high school education. The Denim Project works with the woman and the local school to allow her to complete her education furthering her opportunities in her community and giving her options for her future.