43 Students Receive Scholarship Awards
TYSA makes a historical milestone in the community where it works. For the first time, 43 girls, teen mothers and Boys of Teen mothers got educational scholarships.
It was jubilation and happy moments as the scholarships were awarded. ‘ I am excited after working hard for 8 years in primary school, that now am able to join secondary school’ Mss Felister, a beneficiary.
For the last two months, January –February 2010, a total of US$ 1848 has been so far spend paying school fees in various schools (see attached for details)
‘I want to thank TYSA and sponsors for helping me pay school fees for my two children. Without TYSA, my children would not have gone to secondary school despite them passing well. God bless the work of TYSA and all those who sponsor our children to school’ Mum Nancy, Parent
Your continued support to this project will ensure the students remain in school for the next four years
We require US$ 1500 to clear the school fees balance for this year. Make your donation today! We look forward to your feedback on this project which you have dearly supported.
With Warm regards from all of us here at TYSA
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Thanks to 439 donors like you, a total of $30,138 was raised for this project on GlobalGiving.
Combined with other sources of funding, this project raised enough money to fund the outlined activities and is no longer accepting donations.
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