I want to become a nurse in the future but no one can afford to pay for my education. I lost my father when I was three years old.
In addition to that, my father had never introduced us to his home clan, so I never knew them until now. I am the youngest of seven children.
I want to become a nurse because:
-I want to treat people.
-I want to help pregnant women in our country.
-I want to be a health worker.
-I want to teach other people.
19 JUN 2014Dear Givology, Allow me to say thank you to you and all those who have made my dream come true. I used to wonder how from the poverty my family was in I could further my education but when Keframa College came to my village and it opened a door for me to enroll into the Givology program, I knew God had come to rescue me. Since 2011 when I got this chance I have taken the most out of it. I believe I am now a few steps away from reaching my wish of being able to support myself and those around me in future. I look forward to sitting my end of ‘O’ levels national examinations and believes that the future is bright for me and my future family too. Thank you for the kind hearts you continue to extend to children like me across the globe. Many blessings to you and all those who sponsor me and other children like me. Sincerely, Akwero Harriet Ezama Senior Four student at Keframa College
03 MAR 2011TE-KULU, OJWINI DIVISION, LIRA, 16TH / 08 / 2010. My name is Akwero Harriet, born on the 24th – 06 – 1997. I am an orphan who was born to the late Ezama Ray and Akullo Margaret. My father died when I was 3 years and we were not introduced to our clan members which make it difficult for any one to assist. Recently, we were told that we originate fro Adjumani but we can not trace because we can not figure out where exactly in Adjumani. Therefore I request anybody / organization who can support me in my education to achieve my goals. I want to be a nurse in future. I will be grateful if my request is granted. Yours faithfully, ………………….. Akwero Harriet Ezama.