Angeline was promoted to 1st grade! She is 10 years old and her favorite subject is spelling. Her teacher reports she’s a little shy and very smart. She performs well with her school lessons and has good attendance. She continues to live with her mother and wants to be a doctor one day. Sponsored by: Meicher Family Charitable Foundation
Angeline was promoted to the Kindergarten-2 grade this year! Thanks to the generous donation from Meicher Family Charitable Foundation, Angeline has been re-enrolled into school for the 2021/2022 school year. She still wants to be a doctor when she grows up. With less than 500 doctors serving a population of 4.5 million people, Liberian households often experience fatalities due to treatable illnesses. Children aspiring to become doctors is a worthy cause. We are honored to walk alongside Angeline and encourage her dream of becoming a nurse.
Thanks to the generous donation from Meicher Family Charitable Foundation, Angeline has been re-enrolled into school for the 2020/2021 school year. She did not complete her last year and is still in the kindergarten-1 grade this year. We are not sure why she was retained but we are certain that she deserves another chance. GPA supports second chances for our sponsored students who survive and thrive in the face of challenged livelihood circumstances. She still wants to be a doctor when she grows up and continues to live with her mother.
Meet Angeline, who has been generously sponsored by Porayath Sankar. She is 7 years old and in Kindergarten-1 this year. Angeline lives in Sanniquellie, Liberia with her mother. Since the death of Angeline’s father about 4 months ago, their mother has been having a tough time supporting she and her 2 children. She hopes to be a doctor when she grows up. (Please note: that Angeline’s hair was shaved off due to: In some parts of Liberia, women, especially daughters and wives, are known to shave off their heads when grieving their parents, husbands, or grandparent’s death, as a sign of respect to the dead and as a new beginning. Angeline’s father passed 4 months ago).