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"A walk to keep fit and educate girls in Sierra Leone".

The Peagie Woobay Scholarship Fund in an effort to continue educating young girls in the West African nation, Sierra Leone has scheduled a "walk to keep fit and educate girls in Sierra Leone" event to raise funds. The event is scheduled to take place on Saturday, June 1st, 2019 from 11:00 AM to 12:00 PM in Upplands Vasby, Stockholm. To participate, a registration fee of 250kr only is required, inclusive of a t-shirt and healthy refreshment.

To make the day a success, Peagie Foday (the founder) and team cordially invite all members of the Liberian Swedish Association (LSA) community and other communities in Sweden to join the event to help support their cause.

The Peagie Woobay Scholarship Fund is a non-profit organization registered in Sweden, the USA, and Sierra Leone with the aim of empowering girls through education since 2013 and also showcasing Sierra Leone in Sweden. The organization today has 184 girls, 10 in university and the others in secondary schools. The organization also put teenage mums back in school and provide free daycares for their kids, and runs an after-school programme for young girls in its resource centres. These resource centre have libraries, daycares, health rooms and playgrounds. In addition, the organization conducts mentoring and inspirational workshops for their girls, and funds its own projects through fundraising events in the 3 countries it exists; the charity walk event is one of them held in Stockholm since 2013.

The Peagie Woobay Scholarship Fund consider Education as a key mechanism to develop young girls in Sierra Leone to become future independent and self-reliance women. They believe that Education provides knowledge, paves the way for a good career, help build character, help to enlighten the mind to better analyze and understand issues, and lays the foundation for a stronger nation.

Come and be part of the Peagie Woobay Scholarship Fund "walk to keep fit and educate girls in Sierra Leone" event to help make a difference in someone's life.

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