How do you qualify for TFG?

To qualify for the Targeted Funds for Girls (TFG), you must meet the following criteria:

1. **Gender:** You must be a girl or young woman between the ages of 10 and 19.

2. **Country/Region:** You must be located in one of the eligible countries or regions where TFG operates.

3. **Socioeconomic Status:** You must come from a socioeconomically disadvantaged background, as determined by specific poverty or vulnerability criteria set by the program. This may include factors such as household income, education level of parents, access to basic services, and/or exposure to violence or discrimination.

4. **School Enrollment/Education:** You must be enrolled in school or actively seeking education. This may include primary, secondary, or vocational education, depending on the specific program requirements.

5. **Vulnerability:** You must face specific vulnerabilities that hinder your access to education or limit your opportunities for personal growth and empowerment. These vulnerabilities may include factors such as:

– **Gender-based violence:** You may have experienced or are at risk of experiencing gender-based violence, including physical, sexual, or psychological violence.

– **Child marriage:** You may be married or at risk of being married before the age of 18.

– **Early pregnancy:** You may be pregnant or have had a child before the age of 18.

– **Disabilities:** You may have a disability that affects your ability to access education or participate fully in society.

– **Conflict or Displacement:** You may be living in a conflict-affected area or have been displaced from your home due to conflict or disaster.

– **Other Vulnerable Situations:** You may be facing other unique circumstances that make you particularly vulnerable and in need of support.

It’s important to note that specific eligibility criteria may vary depending on the country or region where TFG operates. To determine if you qualify for the program, it is recommended to contact the local implementing organization or visit the official website of TFG for more information.

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