Refurbishment of six teachers' quarters at the Bawina Primary School was completed in autumn 2016.  Women teachers at Bawina now have have safe and welcoming accommodation, and have stayed on at the school, teaching more than 100 girls.

Girls’ education is, first and foremost, an issue of human or civil rights. It’s about equality.

But educating girls in the developing world also produces a great raft of benefits for everyone: a reduction in infant mortality rates, a lower risk of HIV/AIDS, a reduction in human trafficking, better political representation, and the fact that educated mothers are more likely to raise educated children.