OBAMA SCHOLAR, STANLEY NDAMBAKUWA IS IS EDUCATING GIRLS IN RURAL AFRICA.
Many children in remote rural communities would never go to school if no one helps them. If you donate $99.00 today, you will have helped one more child get into school. Become a monthly contributor and help to reach out to many more children who need your help.
YOUNG CHILDREN FACING CRISIS IN ZIMBABWE
Many children in rural Zimbabwe are at risk of varying challenges. The HIV/AIDS pandemic has orphaned many and left others vulnerable. Poverty resulting from economic and political instability has devastating effects.
Our real-life experiences from our founder and Obama Scholar, Stanley Ndambakuwa, who was raised in Zimbabwe, suggest that children in nuclear and female-headed families, orphans living with step-parents, and child-headed families, face an enormous challenge with access to education. In most remote rural communities, children fail to transition from primary to secondary education due to a lack of education funds. In the community of Musena, Zimbabwe, the ACFE is changing this story.
WHAT CAN YOU DO TO HELP CHILDREN?
Send one child back to school for one school year in Zimbabwe.
Buy stationery for one student for one school year in Zimbabwe.
Buy school uniforms and shoes for one student for one school year.
Feed one student at lunchtime every day for one school year.
Support a student for one full year!
Our work has been supported by individuals like you from the start.
With your support we can help more children go to school by giving them a scholarship. We can support the educational dreams of young people by giving them school shoes, uniforms, stationery, and lunch in impoverished communities.