| Apr 3, 2023
Project's progress report
Ongoing high school mentorship session
This report will give detailed information on the progress made regarding the project. This progress is for the months of December (partly) January, February and March. During this period the beneficiaries of this project, children in particular. We have initiated mentorship sessions for those students in secondary school and vocational training centres where our beneficiaries attend school. Over 20 vocational training, students have benefited from the mentorship sessions, 6 students from high school and 4 who recently graduated from high school.
The mentorship topics such as mindset, attitude, self-image, decision making etc... are critical in a learner's journey, especially those in high school who are going through many changes in their personal life and social growth. Our rehabilitative and empowerment program continues to grow currently we have 21 members and an increase of 3 more students since the last time reported, 9 students in this initiative will be starting their first grade c exams on 3rd April 2023. The aim of this initiative is to provide skills to the youth rescued from the streets, these skills will enable them to gain employment or even create their own employment opportunities.
This year we have 2 students(girls) who will be doing their national school exams. This is their final year in secondary school. The other 4 students continue to perform generally well considering their backgrounds. The organisation continues to support them in every way possible even though the budget is limited. Donate to this project on the ongoing little-by-little campaign which is starting today and will continue until 7th April 2023.
Funding is a big challenge regarding the studies for the beneficiaries of this program. The students who are starting exams today do not have enough tools needed for their exams. We seek your support, please help these young ones achieve their dreams by donating to this project, any amount will assist someone to stay in school.
Ongoing training session on mindset
Ngao staff educating our beneficiaries on hygiene
Beneficiaries listening keenly on one of the sessiAttachments: