Keats Accounting sponsors two female students (Ivamere Year 11 and Kelerayani Year 12) in Fiji. Their sponsorship provides books and uniforms and helps ensure the girls can finish their secondary school studies. You can follow the village Ivamere & Kelerayani live here.
Studies show that educating girls can have lifelong impact. For instance, working women with high levels of literacy skills earned 95% more than women with weak or no literacy skills – whereas the pay differential among men was only 33%. And in the broader community, higher literacy rates in women correlate with lower rates of child marriage, infant mortality, and higher GDP.