WHAT HAVE THEY BECOME

 

JACKSON obtained his Baccalauréat (The equivalent of graduating High School) at St. Mary’s Boys Secondary School in Nyeri, Kenya.

His dream is to be a lawyer in order to – in his own words – “help his family, his village and his people…” JACKSON was accepted into the School of Law of the University of Nairobi, Kenya, in the beginning of April.

His determination and grit are relentless, persistent and exemplary.

 

 

 

 

 

ZAHIRA took intensive French classes last summer and began her first year of  “Life Sciences Degree” at Paris 13 Bobigny University, France.

This course will enable her to start medical studies two years from now. Which means she will be able to achieve her dream: that of bringing medical help to the people of the Imlil Valley, Morocco, which is where she comes from.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

CARLITO has started secondary school and has always dreamt of becoming a veterinarian, and his science results are good.

For a while now, CARLITO, has discovered a new passion after riding his horse to school: Cross Country Mountain Biking!

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

SALOME is an excellent student. She is in fourth year, and her older brother JACKSON has set the example for her: She would like attend university.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

MICAELA has begun secondary school.

She is a good student and much valued by her teachers.

MICAELA dreams of becoming a sports or a biology teacher.

 

 

 

 

 

 

SAMUEL has finished secondary school with success! He is now at the College of Arts and Sciences at Caussanel, India, where he is studying accountancy and maths. This college of higher education offers quality teaching to the rural youth of Ramanathapuram and its neighboring districts.

He is succeeding well, and gets from home to school and back with ease thanks to his three-wheeled scooter, travel altering gift made possible by our generous Donors!

 

 

 

 

OLIVIER is in first year.

Our partner in Madagascar, “the Association of the Children of the Sun” (l’Association Les Enfants du Soleil), together with the boys’ family and our generous Donors, have enabled FRANKLYN and OLIVIER to go to  highly academic private school.

The two brothers still live in their small lodgings in Betioky, also made possible by our Donors.

We continue to support them in such dire conditions and praise them for being so brave and continuing to go to school under extreme conditions.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

FRANCKLYN in second.

Our partner in Madagascar, “the Association of the Children of the Sun” (l’Association Les Enfants du Soleil), together with the boys’ family and our generous Donors, have enabled FRANKLYN and OLIVIER to go to  highly academic private school.

The two brothers still live in their small lodgings in Betioky, also made possible by our Donors.

We continue to support them in such dire conditions and praise them for being so brave and continuing to go to school under extreme conditions.

 

 

 

 

 

 

MABALLY is in his fourth year.

He had acceptable results in his first term, but he now has to make extra efforts in maths and in English.

The comment from his Spanish teacher was “excellent!”.

Martial is in third year, Xaverie in fourth, Marie Noëlle, Nelly and Zita are in fifth, and Paul, Marylin, Annie and Clarisse are in sixth, and Monique is doing a fashion apprenticeship.

These Bagyeli Pygmy children who live in the heart of the equatorial forest are only too well aware of the importance of education. They know that school will enable them to learn, but will also give their community a chance to change and adapt to a new way of life.

Education to them is the road to maintaining their culture but especially their Tribe.

 

 

 

 

 

 

NASTA is in fifth year at Mgombani College in Mamoutzou, in the 101st French department in the middle of the Pacific Ocean.

NASTA is a highly motivated student who shows admirable dedication and who makes great efforts. The class committee has congratulated her on her work.

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