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Help 20 Zimbabwean women and girls re-enter school

by Forum for African Women Educationalists Zimbabwe Chapter-FAWEZI
Help 20 Zimbabwean women and girls re-enter school
Help 20 Zimbabwean women and girls re-enter school
Help 20 Zimbabwean women and girls re-enter school
Help 20 Zimbabwean women and girls re-enter school
Feb 19, 2019

Let's celebrate success!

Greetings to you all dear friends of FAWEZI. In our last report we spoke about how we had scaled up our mentorship with all our beneficiaries. We are happy to say the talk sessions have had a very positive impact on the girls. This time around we are super excited to share with you that 3 of our beneficiaries who sat for the ‘O’ Level national examinations last year did well and made us proud. One of them attained 6 subjects the other 5 subjects and the third has 4 subjects. The first and second one have enough subjects to be admitted into Advanced level or a variety colleges where they can attain diplomas in a field of their choice. FAWEZI is again now on the lookout for any relevant opportunities or applications we may send their way or take them further into ‘A’ Level if funds permit. We also want to update you on our current beneficiaries most of whom are teen moms. They are already gearing up for their ‘O’ Level examinations this November and judging from their level of commitment FAWEZI is hopeful they will excel. Our 16 year old teen mom whom we took on board last year and enrolled into form 2 is now in form 3 and is also performing very well. FAWEZI is also pleased to share that she has managed to go past the fear of stigmatisation and has settled well into the school environment. Finally we are taking on board 4 girls. We are confident that with your usual support FAWEZI will be able to take them through their ‘O’ Level education and even further. However these 4 are not teenage mothers but: one is a vulnerable girl a single orphan whose mother is unemployed, a double orphan who dropped out due to taking care of her sick mother who passed away, an out of school young woman and an orphan who has not enrolled for secondary school because her grandparents cannot afford her school fees. FAWEZI and the teen moms are grateful for your unwavering support and we continue to implore that you keep on supporting us and together we will celebrate our success. Let us continue to rebuild lives and restore hope! We are grateful to have you on board. From all of us at FAWEZI- Thank you.

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Forum for African Women Educationalists Zimbabwe Chapter-FAWEZI

Location: Harare - Zimbabwe
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Twitter: @FAWEZim
Project Leader:
Lydia Madyirapanze
Harare, Harare Zimbabwe
$7,386 raised of $12,000 goal
 
116 donations
$4,614 to go
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