Sponsor Marions Education in Uganda

by Mountains of hope childrens ministries
Sponsor Marions Education in Uganda
Sponsor Marions Education in Uganda
Sponsor Marions Education in Uganda
Sponsor Marions Education in Uganda
Sponsor Marions Education in Uganda
Sponsor Marions Education in Uganda
Sponsor Marions Education in Uganda
Sponsor Marions Education in Uganda


We are so grateful that you are Marion's sponsor, your monthly and other donations to her have enabled us continue supporting her through her education, she is sitting for her senior four National examination this November, these exams determine whether one goes to Advanced level of Education, if Marion passes the exam, she will either join senior five (advanced level for 2 years) then later on to university, she may also decide to branch off to a certificate course of her choice for 2 years after the senior four results come out.

She had a dream of becoming a lawyer, am glad you are enabling her advance to that level step by step.

Marion will be a great success story, we brought her to our house when she was only three years old,  without a sponsor we manouvered until we almost failed and we are grateful you came in to support.

We are sorry her school requirements have kept increasing due to the fact that she is in a candidate class (senior four) which requires lots of financial assistance for national registration, photocopying,  field work and many more.

We want Marion to continue with her education so that she can be able to take care of herself in the near future 

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Thank you for being a generous donor who is enabling Marion to go to school, the school term has been great, her new school is expanding and they had just built a new girls dormitory, school was starting to be enjoyable for Marion then the government ordered closure of schools early as there is an Ebola outbreak in the country, scores have died and many more hospitalised including school children, fortunately Marion's school had completed this term syllabus and exams, so Marion is promoted to her new class (senior four) which is a candidate class, it requires lots of revision and group discussions hopefully when the new term resumes in January 2023 there will be no Ebola so that they interuct in their groups at school.

Right now Marion is helping with home chores at home including washing dishes, cleaning up the house and cooking.

Marion wishes you a Merry Christmas and a happy New year 

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Second term school term holiday is almost half way and Marion will again be going to back to school for third term, a school year has 3 terms and 3rd term is a promotional term, she us reading hard to be able to pass her exams that will enable her be promoted to senior four,  senior four is a candidate class, and it's called passing from ordinary level to Advanced level,  one needs some good points to be able to pass,  much concentration is needed and therefore no need to miss classes due to school fees non payment, illness or any other interuption,  Marion is covered as long as she has all the requirements needed before beginning of school term which is less than 14 days from now.

Thank you so much for always supporting her education and we continually ask you to keep supporting her.

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Marion says hi!

And thanks for your continued support towards her education, she has changed school, her new school is Christian school, she is proud to join a christian fellowship in her new school, Marion is promising to do even much better in the new school, she is in boarding section so she gets enough time to do even self study after class lessons.

The new school has organized a study tour where students will be taken to tour am industrial park in Eastern Uganda and an agricultural industry still in Eastern Uganda, they are expected to come back and make a report as part of their end of term examination as per the new Uganda school curriculum, however if a student has no money, they will be helped to make a local tour around the school community and make a report on small scale/subsistance farming within the community to ensure that everyone is catered for.

Thanks once again for your support towards our programs

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Marion receiving some school books
Marion receiving some school books


Last year it was barely two months when students returned to scool when the government closed schools down due to the outbreak of a new delta variant, since then the students have been learning online, the donations you gave during that season enable us print, photocopy notes sent online plus the internet to connect Marion to the teachers and the rest of the students, we are pleased you continued supporting Marion even during the lock down, Marion is back to school, the government of Uganda lifted the lock down and opened the entire economy, most of the pupils at Marions school were not able to make it back to school because some girls got married off and some impregnated during lock down, although the government had allowed schools to allow pregnant girls back to school, most of them could not becasue of stigma. Some boys were also not able to return back to school because they are now involved in some high paying casual jobs.

Marions term one will end last week of April, she is derermined to study, she has got more new friends at school. Your continued support will enable Marion continue attending school even up to the end of this year and beyond

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Mountains of hope childrens ministries

Location: Mpigi, Uganda - Uganda
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Twitter: @OfMountains?s=08
Project Leader:
James Malinga
Project Director
Mpigi, Uganda
$7,619 raised of $8,500 goal
147 donations
$881 to go
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