We received such an amazing response to Damaris' microproject, all of Africa SOMA has been blown away by the compassion and genorosity of donors such as yourself. We have great faith in Damaris as she moves forward on her path towards becoming a teacher and it was so wonderful to see the same faith reflected back by our donors.
Damaris is nearing the end of her first year of high school. While she works hard at studying for final exams it is reassuring to know money is not something she will need to stress about, allowing her full focus to be poured into her work.
Although Africa SOMA has a part time coordinator, Isaac Kakeni, working in Elangata Wuas he was unfortunately unable to meet up with Damaris since she attends a high school outside of the community and was so focused on her studies that she has not had time recently to come home for a visit. Regardless, she wanted to make sure that a message of thanks was passed along to all of the donors like yourself for your generous contributions and support.
On behalf of Africa SOMA I would like to thank you for your support. Our work cannot happen without people like you not only believing in our work, but putting down some of your own hard earned money as token of support. As you may know education is one of the most consistant methods to improve health outcomes, social mobility, climate change resilence and empowerment for underpriviledged youth. Increased education of youth also has the wonderful bonus of creating a positive ripple effect through communities such as Elangata Wuas.
On behalf of Damaris, the Elangata Wuas Community and Africa SOMA's Team - Thank you.