Send a child to school in rural Southeast, Nigeria

A fundraiser by Sam Onyemaechi Humanitarian foundation
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Family and Friends,
1992 was a year I will never forget in my life. The year I dropped out of school for seven months due to financial constraints. Quite shaky at first with a lot of challenges, objections, rejections and periods of self doubts.

Nineteen years later, I had a reminiscence of my school days experience--the uncontrollable cry of a lad who dropped out from school. This impression prompted me to action. I could imagine myself to this lad when I was asked to drop from school due to financial constraints.

Nigeria is one of the underdeveloped countries the future of poor children, youths, widows are in darkness. Due to lack of education and proper care, children have become a prey and liabilities to the society. The goal of, to Send a child to school in rural Southeast, a project on GlobalGiving is to provide an opportunity for Vulnerable children to have access to quality education and help each student reach his or her potential and develop unique talents and interests.

Your donation can make the difference in the life of a child. Did you know that for just $10 the Samonyemaechi Foundation can provide writing materials and care to every child.

“Join me by donating $1 for every hour you (or a loved one) were in school. Education comes in all shapes and sizes, but one thing we have in common is that most of us have access to proper educatio. Let’s make sure other children have access to education, too.”

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