Florence is currently in 6 Grade at St. Cecilia Educational Centre

2014 2015 florence

Age: 10

School: St. Cecilia

ghana

Together with one donor we made sure Gifty's school fee was paid for the 2013-2014 academic school year! Now we are fundraising for her 2014-2015 academic year

Florence is a 10 year old student in 6th grade. She lives in a rural community in the Brong Ahafo region of mid-western Ghana. School-age children in rural communities are two times less likely to be attending school than those students in urban areas. Many people in Florence's community are not educated and provide for their families by peasant farming.

Florence is described by those who know her as respectful, smart, and friendly. She enjoys playing ampe, reading books, studying English, and hopes to be a doctor when she grows up. Florence's father passed away just two months ago making her mother the sole provider. Due to the recent and unexpected loss of her husband, Florence's mother is not currently earning money for the family.

African women that are educated earn 25% more income, are less likely to contract HIV/AIDS, and more likely to have smaller and healthier families. Florence's mother is struggling as a widow with little to no income. Contribute to her education and let this family know that you support them!

Milestones

Student Release

Completed on 08/26/14

Fully Funded

Completed on 02/17/15

School Receipt

Completed on 03/26/15

Half Year Report

Pending

Full Year Report

Pending

$0

Needs

$123

Funded

1

Donors

100% Funded!

Donors (1)

Default gravatar Give a Gift. Get a Gift - $123 on 01/24/2015

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