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Over the course of just one short month, more than double that amount–$200,000–was raised for the new residence.

RELATED: Nigerian Army Rescues More Than 800 Boko Haram Hostages When they heard the stories of teens forced to leave the home, 7,700 people around the world opened their hearts – and wallets – to make sure these girls could stay together.

In a Go Fund Me page set up by Australian mom Sarah Rosberg, a goal of $75,000 was set to construct a second home designed specifically for the teenagers – fondly called the Queens – who had grown up in Rafiki.

"Previously, parents would not want to spend their money investing in a girl.

It is a like a waste of resources." Parents like Gladys Chepkorir, a widow with two young daughters, now see their daughters in a new light. Life has changed for my little girl, my second born," said Gladys, putting her arm around her dimpled 10-year-old.

"Parents now are more supportive of girls' education.

They believe that now the girls too can play a role in society," explained Principal Amadi.

These kids, who have suffered so much, are destined to be living as queens in a castle thanks to the kindness of strangers.