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#SaveAgirlChild Project - A Tamar's Pouch Initiative



So the day finally came and we hosted the long awaited #SaveAgirlChild project in a certain Secondary school in Apapa.

We had 185 students in attendance and gave out 185 copies of the book Tamar!

The most remarkable part of this event was the love encounter God gave these precious girls. We had 178 decisions for CHRIST as Lord and Saviour that day!!

It's such a privilege to see God comfort and heal these girls of the pain of rejection, diverse kind of abuse and stories they have never told anyone up until that day.

I'm thanking everyone who gave a girl a copy of the book Tamar, We did this together. God bless you!! 
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Anne Atulaegwu Speaking on RAPE RECOVERY

Precious Girls taking Notes

Anne Introducing members of the Team- Isiza Emmanuel
Our Media-grapher lol

Anne Introducing members of the Team- Ugochi Nwachukwu
one of Our Rape Recovery and Emotional Healing School (RREHS) Facilitator


Anne Introducing members of the Team- Miracle Obiorah
one of Our Rape Recovery and Emotional Healing School (RREHS) Facilitator


Anne Atulaegwu warning em girls, "Never sit on the thighs of a male if He aint your husband"!What do you think? we gotta teach them modesty, you know, LOL





The point where We thought they didn't hear us right. We asked If you are ready to invite Jesus in your heart as Lord and Saviour stand up” and almost everyone did!

We weren't certain and so we said raise your hands if you really mean this and their hands went up! What more can make God feel happy?!! Sweet harvest. GO GOD! We saw you at work!!
Miracle Obiorah teaching on RAPE PREVENTION SKILLS

Ugochi Nwachukwu teaching on BUILDING A HEALTHY SELF ESTEEM



Happy Girls showing off their copy of the book TAMAR
Group picture with the girls in senior school

Group picture with the girls in junior school

Well it was Anne's birthday and So we had to cut and eat this pretty cake.How yummy!! LOL 


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