Educate Medical Professionals in DR Congo

by Synergie des Associations Feminines du Congo (SAFECO)
Educate Medical Professionals in DR Congo
Educate Medical Professionals in DR Congo
Educate Medical Professionals in DR Congo
Educate Medical Professionals in DR Congo
Educate Medical Professionals in DR Congo
Educate Medical Professionals in DR Congo
Educate Medical Professionals in DR Congo
Educate Medical Professionals in DR Congo
Educate Medical Professionals in DR Congo
Educate Medical Professionals in DR Congo
Educate Medical Professionals in DR Congo
Educate Medical Professionals in DR Congo
Educate Medical Professionals in DR Congo
Educate Medical Professionals in DR Congo
Educate Medical Professionals in DR Congo
Educate Medical Professionals in DR Congo
Educate Medical Professionals in DR Congo
Educate Medical Professionals in DR Congo
Educate Medical Professionals in DR Congo
Educate Medical Professionals in DR Congo
Educate Medical Professionals in DR Congo
Educate Medical Professionals in DR Congo
Educate Medical Professionals in DR Congo
Educate Medical Professionals in DR Congo
Educate Medical Professionals in DR Congo
Educate Medical Professionals in DR Congo
May 9, 2021

Claudine's Initiative and Appeal to Classmates

I have the honor of writing to you with an update on my university studies.

I want to announce that I have made a decision to change my study routine. For the past year I encountered many difficulties with my coursework because I was studying alone in my rented room located a distance from campus. As a result, I am now obliged to repeat some courses.

I now study with a group of fellow students at the university library. I asked them to help me interpret notes from the classes I am repeating. We also study together on current coursework. I benefit from their explanations. Meeting at the library permits us to consult books that relate to what we are studying. I feel I am improving in my overall comprehension.

The English language is a struggle for me because I never learned it before college. So I especially appreciate my friends' tutelage in this subject.

I am grateful to the donors of GlobalGiving, who do not abandon support of me despite the challenges of the COVID-19 pandemic throughout the world. I want everyone to know that this support encourages me to succeed. I ask you to stay beside me.

 - Submitted by Claudine (translated from French)

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Synergie des Associations Feminines du Congo (SAFECO)

Location: Bukavu, South Kivu Province - Congo, Democratic Republic of the
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Project Leader:
Annette Scarpitta
Bukavu, South Kivu Province Congo, Democratic Republic of the

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