Let us Grow was established by an AIDS and Gender activist Mum-Rose Thamae when she realised that there were no support groups for people living with HIV/AIDS (PLWHA) and established the first support group. While running the support groups, the organization realised that there was a dire need for home based care services as well. In subsequent years, the organization has become a key factor in addressing issues that the community faces such as GBV, women and child abuse, SRHR and empowering youth.

The project aims to increase the number of adolescent girls enrolling and completing education as well as girls involved in decision making processes in the community and school management. The project also intends to change the attitudes and behaviour of girls, parents and community in relation to adolescent girls’ right to education, gender and sexual reproductive health.