Break the Cycle of Poverty with Education

 
$14,623
$9,377
Raised
Remaining
Jan 28, 2013

Mid-term Success!

Learning is fun for Zach!
Learning is fun for Zach!

The kids in our scholarship programme have taken their mid year exams and we are delighted to report that all but one of the children passed their exams! This fantastic result was made possible by your generosity. You donated the funds that put books in their hands, gave them a uniform, and even provided the paper they write on! 

The exam results showed that several of the kids are still a bit weak in some areas. But again, thanks to you, we’ll be able to provide extra tutoring so that they can keep succeeding.

We hope that you understand that the gift of education of education you’re giving to these vulnerable kids will change each and every one of their lives. Thanks so much for your generosity, and warm regards!!

Proud of his passing grade!
Proud of his passing grade!
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Project Leader

Emma Taylor

Enderby, Licester United Kingdom

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