Thanks to YOU, Aimée MURORE has completed her 3rd year of medical school. This is such a huge blessing for Aimée, who as you know, was only able to audit her courses in the previous year, due to a lack of funding.
Aimée took her last exam on December 24th, demonstrating her gratitude for the renewed opportunity to continue her education by catching up and successfully completing her undergraduate studies. Aimée is now positioned for acceptance as a 1st Year Doctoral Student, to pursue her intended specialty as a Doctor of Dermatology in January 2023.
Says Aimée: “I would like to thank from my Heart those who contributed to GlobalGiving to enable me to compete my 3rd year of undergraduate school, so that I can continue with the Doctoral program and make my dreams a reality.”
We are so happy to report that Aimée MURORE is now funded to move forward with her university studies to become a doctor!
Aimee audited her classes for the 2021-22 course year, and even did the required internship, but of course wasn’t able to get credit for all of her work, though her grades were in the top 85%, because she wasn’t able to pay her tuition fees. But now that SAFECO received the $1,000 grant, Aimée has been funded to retake the exams for the courses she took in the 2021-22 school year to get the credit she worked so hard to achieve.
Aimee has demonstrated not only resolute determination to obtain her university medical degree, but did so with very high marks and ranking among her peers, despite not being eligible for course credit. We are so proud of this young woman and so pleased that because of the generous support granted through GlobalGiving, we are able fund Aimée’s next year of study.
The 5 female Congolese university students continue to audit their medical and law classes in the hope of staying in the way of their degree programs as they await financial support. The young ladies were quite encouraged that we posted their plight on GlobalGiving and even more encouraged to see that $1,000 has been donated toward their tuition needs.
The 5 young ladies along with a number that are on a scholarship program waiting list, gathered together with Neema, SAFECO’s executive director, in March to exchange updates.
All are very appreciative of the attention being directed toward their receiving an education that will not only enable a different future for these young ladies, but also tilt a paradigm shift toward more female doctors and lawyers in DR Congo.
Neema with Young Ladies on Waiting List
Murore Aimee with Neema
Young Women in Scholarship Programs o Waiting List
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