Thanks to the generous donations of our network friends, we were able to raise $2000 US to support female students coming from rural areas to study higher education at William V.S. Tubman University in Harper, Maryland County, Liberia.
EGN has been able to provide three full scholarships to Francilla K. Williams and Saybeh Tejeleh to study in the College of Education (Teaching Major) for three years and Tresa Dilieh to study in the College of Health Sciences (Nursing Major) for the present academic year 2016-2017.
All of the students come from very poor villages in the rural areas of Maryland and River Gee Counties in the southeast of Liberia. The EGN scholarship covers tuition, fees and board.
We congratulate our three young recipients on their hard work in their studies; each has maintained a high GPA due to their academic performance.
We hope that all network friends will continue to support Francilla, Saybeh and Tresa to achieve their dream of completing a professional degree and improving their quality of life. We hope one day they will able to help other young women students to achieve their goal just as we have helped them.
Remember that together, we can change peoples life.