Scholarships for 4 Siblings - 3 Girls and 1 Boy

A microproject by Develop Africa, Inc.
Scholarships for 4 Siblings - 3 Girls and 1 Boy
Scholarships for 4 Siblings - 3 Girls and 1 Boy
Scholarships for 4 Siblings - 3 Girls and 1 Boy
Scholarships for 4 Siblings - 3 Girls and 1 Boy


Grace (17 years old), Stacia (12 years old), Victoria (7 years) and Isaac (2 years old) are siblings in a family that is struggling to make ends meet. Their father has been unemployed for over 9 months. They are intelligent and love to go to school. As typical kids, they also love to play and make new friends. This project will help provide a scholarship for each of them - covering school fees, books, school supplies, uniforms, and lunch.

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The project will help solve the problem of inadequate funds for school-related educational expenses. The family struggles to pay the school fees of the kids on time or purchase their uniforms/school supplies.


Funds from this project will provide a scholarship for the 4 kids - covering all their school-related expenses. The family will no longer have to struggle to cover their educational expenses for 1 year. These funds will bring a big relief to the family's meager budget. Any extra funds will go towards lunch or transportation expenses.

Long-Term Impact

The 4 siblings will advance an additional year in their education - a basic human right and an essential element in them becoming self-sufficient.


Organization Information

Develop Africa, Inc.

Location: Johnson City, Tennessee - USA
Facebook: Facebook Page
Twitter: @developafrica
Project Leader:
Sylvester Renner
President, Develop Africa
Johnson City, Tennessee United States

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