[KKOOM] International Education for Korean Orphans


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A Campaign Child Role Model Development Initiative

By a male, 16-21 years old, in Kakamega, Kenya
Map of A CAMPAIGN CHILD ROLE MODEL DEVELOPMENT INITIATIVE My name is Benson Musavi, 19 years of age and in Form three in Chebuyusi High School. I am an orphan and a twin brother to Jackson with whom I am in an orphanage. Mission to the fatherless. Here we are taken good care of. I wish to thank God for an organization called Ufunguo child role model Development initiative that is trying to boost the morale of the less fortunate in schools. They motivate candidates of standard eight and form four. They also equip role models that they raise in orphanages to become meaningful persons. They have linked the child role models to role models in the community which is very productive. May God bless them with more open way to continue. Read more.
Related to project keywords: orphanages, high school, orphanage, open, wish

Sub-standard Free Learning

By a female, 22-30 years old, in Trans-nzoia, Kenya
Map of Sub-standard free learning Due to the rising demand of free primary education, there are people investing in the field on the start private owned institutions which charge very low school fees and in turn get going strong due to the large number of pupils streaming in from elsewhere. This also does not guarantee the quality needed in education as there is no qualified personnel doing the teachings in these institutions. Read more.
Related to project keywords: get, start, learning, quality, private

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Project Leader

Aimee Jachym

Portage, MI United States

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