#1: Graduating students picture
EDUCATION IS THE KEY FOR A PROMISING AND STABLE LIFE
If you want to lead a promising life and experience the good things that the World has to offer, you certainly need to get educated. To get a great job, a good social reputation, benefit your community and nation are few of the many benefits of being an educated person in the today’s World.
In Burundi, especially in Cibitoke, where Iwacu Kazoza School is providing education to the underprivileged and orphaned children, the following reasons make many children not to go at school or abandon the school:
- Inability of parents to pay school fees for their children
- Inability of parents to provide school materials and uniform
- Inability of parents to provide food to their children before and when they come back home from school, even spend a night without eating
In one word, poverty is the cause of many children not to have access to education in Burundi, Africa. That’s why Iwacu Kazoza School is providing education to the underprivileged and orphaned children so that they can also have a chance in the future to lead a promising life and experience the good things that the World has to offer. This work of providing education to the underprivileged and orphaned children continues because of you and friends, and friends of friends.
A donation of $125 will provide education to one underprivileged or orphaned child schooling at Iwacu Kazoza School, including his/her school materials and uniform. You can help one or more of the above mentioned children who can not have access to their education due to the poverty of their parents or because they are orphans. This can be done by joining hands together with the community within and the community beyond.
Because of you, we're proud to be featured in @GlobalGiving's 2017 Year In Review: https://www.facebook.com/238561311217/photos/a.10154295685856218.1073741825.238561311217/10155066710126218/?type=1&theater
It was a great Joy and laughter for each one of us to celebrate the graduation of twelve (12) Students of Iwacu Kazoza School graduated after 4 years studying Computer Management ( Informatique de Gestion). Twelve students made by 8 girls and 4 boys, as you can see from the attached picture. The 8 girls are in national cloth and the 4 boys in blue suit.
I am very grateful and appreciative to our donors, friends and friends of friends for helping us make possible this work to continue to provide education to the 500 underprivileged and orphaned children, schooling at Iwacu Kazoza School.
Ambassador for Peace-General Coordinator and Founder
#2: Students in classroom
#3: Students outside of classroom
#4: One of the students who needs crutch
#5: When Kevin was in a hospital in Indian