Educate the Future Leaders of Sierra Leone

by Develop Africa, Inc.
Educate the Future Leaders of Sierra Leone
Educate the Future Leaders of Sierra Leone
Educate the Future Leaders of Sierra Leone
Educate the Future Leaders of Sierra Leone
Educate the Future Leaders of Sierra Leone
Educate the Future Leaders of Sierra Leone
Educate the Future Leaders of Sierra Leone
Educate the Future Leaders of Sierra Leone
Educate the Future Leaders of Sierra Leone
Educate the Future Leaders of Sierra Leone
Educate the Future Leaders of Sierra Leone
Educate the Future Leaders of Sierra Leone
Educate the Future Leaders of Sierra Leone
Educate the Future Leaders of Sierra Leone
Educate the Future Leaders of Sierra Leone
Educate the Future Leaders of Sierra Leone
Educate the Future Leaders of Sierra Leone
Educate the Future Leaders of Sierra Leone
Educate the Future Leaders of Sierra Leone
Educate the Future Leaders of Sierra Leone
Educate the Future Leaders of Sierra Leone
Educate the Future Leaders of Sierra Leone
Educate the Future Leaders of Sierra Leone
Educate the Future Leaders of Sierra Leone
Educate the Future Leaders of Sierra Leone
Educate the Future Leaders of Sierra Leone
Educate the Future Leaders of Sierra Leone
Educate the Future Leaders of Sierra Leone
Educate the Future Leaders of Sierra Leone
Educate the Future Leaders of Sierra Leone

Project Supporters,

We greatly appreciate your ongoing educational support for students in Sierra Leone. Thanks to you, more students, like Musa, are getting the computer training they need for success in today's technology-driven environment.

Musa recently benefited from an eight-week computer course. The computer course introduced basic computer skills and how to use Microsoft Word at the Develop Africa Sierra Leone Computer Lab in Freetown.

Musa shows what he learned in class in this video saying-

Hello, my name is Musa. I'm one of the beneficiaries of Develop Africa.  I want to tell you about what I have learned from computer class. I learned how to make a new folder. Let me start.

I'll type my name.  

I can also open Microsoft Word and I can create a new document. Thank you for your support. I love you all! 


Your support is making a difference for future leaders in Sierra Leone, like Musa. Our recurring donors are making a continuous impact and we are truly grateful for the ongoing support. If you are not yet a recurring donor, we warmly invite you to consider setting up a recurring donation.

Even a few dollars a month will go a long way. Please also share this with your contacts and invite them to consider supporting this ongoing project. 

If you have any questions, please feel free to email us at GlobalGiving@developafrica.org.

 

With great appreciation, 

Amy and the Develop Africa team

 

PS. If you sign up for a new recurring donation from Dec 13-17th, GlobalGiving will match your first donation at 200% after 4 monthly donations.

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Konnie is Ready for School
Konnie is Ready for School

Dear Project Supporters,

Thanks to your ongoing support of future leaders’ education students have received financial support to pay for their school fees and school supplies for the 2021-2022 school year. Konnie is one of the students that received school fees and school supplies for the current school year and is truly grateful for the educational support.

She expressed her gratitude saying-

Hello, my name is Konnie. I am now in SSS3, I am preparing to take the WASSCE examination. Thank you for your educational support. In this academic year, I can’t wait to learn more about English.

Your educational support is truly appreciated by Konnie as she finishes her third year of Senior Secondary School (SSS3) and prepares to take her West Africa Senior Secondary School Certificate Examination (WASSCE). After completing her WASSCE exam she would like to go to college to become a teacher.

If you haven't had the chance to sign up yet, we warmly welcome your ongoing support to provide more children with the educational resources they need to be the Future Leaders of Sierra Leone. Please share this project with your contacts and invite them to consider supporting this ongoing project. 

If you have any questions, please feel free to email us at GlobalGiving@developafrica.org.

 

Warm regards,

Amy and the Develop Africa team

PS. Mark your calendars to #MoveaMillion on #GivingTuesday (November 30th)

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Project Supporter,

Thanks to your ongoing support of future leaders’ education, 30 students in Kamawornie, Sierra Leone received financial support to pay for their school fees and school supplies for the 2021-2022 school year.   The students receiving school support ranged from Nursery school all the way through Senior Secondary school.

During the distribution, both the students and the parents were very excited and grateful about the educational support they were receiving.  On behalf of the Kamawornie village, the Chief thanked the supporters of Develop Africa for providing school materials and scholarships to kids in his community.

Our donors are truly making a lasting difference for these future leaders in Sierra Leone. If you haven't had the chance to sign up for a recurring donation yet, we warmly welcome your ongoing support for the future leaders of Sierra Leone.

Please share this project with your contacts and invite them to consider supporting this ongoing project. If you have any questions, please feel free to email us at GlobalGiving@developafrica.org.

 

With great appreciation, 

Amy and the Develop Africa team

 

PS. Mark your calendars to #MoveaMillion on #GivingTuesday

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Computer Graduates
Computer Graduates

Project Supporter,

 

We greatly appreciate your ongoing support for the future leaders in Sierra Leone. Thanks to you, more youths and young adults are getting the computer training they need for success in today's technology-driven environment.  The full computer course takes 6 months and in October twenty-five students received certificates of completion.  Among them, there were 16 young men and 9 young women ranging from senior secondary school to young adults.

They each received a certificate of completion for intro to computers and Microsoft Windows- Microsoft Word, Microsoft Excel, Microsoft PowerPoint/Presentation, Microsoft Publisher, Microsoft Access/Database, and Microsoft Internet Browser.  The students all expressed their gratitude for the computer course.

Our donors are truly making a lasting difference for these future leaders in Sierra Leone. If you haven't had the chance to sign up for a recurring donation yet, we warmly welcome your ongoing support for the future leaders of Sierra Leone.

Please share this project with your contacts and invite them to consider supporting this ongoing project. If you have any questions, please feel free to email us at GlobalGiving@developafrica.org.

 

Warm regards,

Amy and the Develop Africa team

PS. Mark your calendars to #MoveaMillion on #GivingTuesday

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Students with their new chess game
Students with their new chess game

Project Supporters, 

Education is not limited to the classroom and playing chess is proven to enhance learning.  Thanks in part to your support, several sets of chess were distributed to youth in the Juba community to play chess in their free time.  One of the beneficiaries expressed his appreciation saying-

Hello, my name is Ibrahim. We appreciate Develop Africa and the donors of this Chess game. It will be very vital to us in taking our time to play and learn. Thank you very much!

 

Studies show that the benefits of chess include:

- Chess develops the ability to see from someone else’s perspective

- Chess improves memory

- Chess enables you to enter a flow state

-Chess elevates your creativity

- Chess leads to better planning skills

- Chess can make therapy more effective

- Chess may offer protection against the development of dementia

- Chess can improve the symptoms of ADHD

- Electronic chess may help stave off a panic attack

We greatly appreciate all of your support for the future leaders in Sierra Leone. Please share this project with your contacts and invite them to consider supporting this ongoing project.

If you haven't had the chance to sign up for a recurring donation yet, we warmly welcome your ongoing support to continue to provide children with the educational resources they need to be the future leaders of Sierra Leone. 

If you have any questions, please feel free to email us at GlobalGiving@developafrica.org.

 

With great appreciation,

Amy and the Develop Africa team

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Location: Johnson City, Tennessee - USA
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Project Leader:
Sylvester Renner
President, Develop Africa
Johnson City, Tennessee United States
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