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Female Education Empowerment Program

Female Education Empowerment Program (FEEP) is working for female parity in education that is still lacking in the community and most African nations.   Although,  female empowerment in the community has some historical bearing. The community founder and heroine happen to be a female by the name Martenni. She left an extraordinary story about her arrival, settlement, slavery, and the level of respect and equity for females in the community.

Since 2006, the community has made progress and has mainly fundraised yearly within UTAP to sponsor females into male-dominated regional technical colleges and universities. The Female Education Empowerment process is led and controlled by Gloria Kanzoni - a mechanical engineer and educator)  and has a budget of $120,000 yearly beginning in 2021.

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