Commitment to Action

Female Education via Novel Economic Incentives

Commitment by

The Pentok Institute

In 2010, Pentok committed to partner with Smug Po (Mukbo) Village, a Tibetan nomadic community of 700 residents, to create sustainable education opportunities for 50 young women through small, local entrepreneurial initiatives.
As of April 2011, 11 nomadic girls have received multi-year scholarship funds and other educational services from Pentok programs.

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Commitment

Female Education via Novel Economic Incentives

Launched

2010

Est. Duration

5 Years

Estimated Total Value

$391,714

Region

Asia

Countries

CHINA

Commitment by

The Pentok Institute

Partner(s) of the Commitment Maker(s)

Global Fund for Women, Yaubula, Machik, Global Village of Beijing, One Earth Designs