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TEH Begins to Open Its Doors to Girls Globally

In an effort to forge international partnerships, a high-ranking Kenyan official selected The Evoluer House as a model program for girls in the east African nation. In September, Governor William Kabogo, of Kiambu County, met with The Evoluer House Board of Directors and founder Cheryl Wadlington. Ann Kariuki, executive director of the International Center for Alleviation of Poverty Inc., escorted the governor and other Kenyan officials to Philadelphia for the visit. The delegation formalized the initiative with The Evoluer House to empower teen girls in their country. Now girls in Kenya may soon be able to have positive influences like this participant...

“The Evoluer program helped me learn how to handle situations, find out who I am as a person, and dream up! My academic goal is to attend Penn State College of Nursing because I want to become an RN.”

 

—Angelica, 14

Empowerment programs for girls in Philadelphia. | The Evoluer House

The Evoluer House Founder was one of 10 women in the nation selected by the White House as a Champion of Change for her leadership and work in extracurricular enrichment for marginalized girls of color.  Read more

The Evoluer House was also recognized by Honorable Barack Obama, the 44th

President of the United States, for 11 years of service to young urban girls.  Read more

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