Pearl wants to complete pilot Training course

A microproject by Mountains of hope childrens ministries Vetted since 2011 Top Ranked Effective Nonprofit Site Visit Verified

Summary

Pearl is pursuing a bachelors degree in pilot instructing in University, her mother is a tailor, her dad succumbed to cancer and is in a very bad health, Pearll is in her second year, two more years to complete the course yet the mother who is a tailor has closed the shop as she is taking care of the ill husband, poor Isabel is left with the option of coming back home and count the two years spent in University wasted years.

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Challenge

Pearl (19) is at the verge of giving up Education, she is a first born in a family of five, father succumbed to cancer and very ill, mother runs a small family tailoring business which has also closed down as she is taking care of a sick husband, Pearl is in her second year in a University in Nairobi, no other relative in this family can raise $1400 to enable her continue school.

Solution

This project is raising $1400 to enable Pearl pay one school semester which begins in March 2018, to complete the whole course Isabel needs $11,200 minus upkeep.

Long-Term Impact

An education will allow Pearl to acquire skills for the job market, giving her potential to rise out of poverty.

Resources

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Organization Information

Mountains of hope childrens ministries

Location: Mpigi, Uganda - Uganda
Website: http:/​/​www.mountains-ofhope.com
Project Leader:
James Malinga
Project Director
Mpigi, Uganda

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