CAWI education project creating positive impact

CAWI education project creating positive impact

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The CAWI Education Project that benefited nineteen IDPs of G.H.S. Buea Town and forty -two IDPs in Dschang has created a positive impact in the performances of the students.

Of the 19 students that benefited from CAWI/SALOME Women Empowerment Project last year, ten students were monitored and all had moved to the next level of education through success in their class and official examinations. Others could not be reached because they had moved to different institutions. All the ten students have forwarded write-ups to SALOME Company to appreciate them for the support. Seven of the ten students have attached their pictures to the write-ups to SALOME to show how happy they are in their present classes. Chin Claudia; 1st Laureate of the SALOME Competition  has taken the first position twice and indicated how the Award helped in her performance .Mabele Abangma is glad to tell CAWI that she passed with an average of 16. Mbah Joy Meyen went further to design a flower for SALOME to express how grateful she is to SALOME for their support. The< Thank you> message has been echoed by Fotabong Manzock, Gibonda Becky, Grace Bih, Magaret  Namondo, Che Mary, OkanyeN. Blessing amongst others.

Of the twenty supported Primary IDPs  in Dschang, twelve pupils were recently reached out of which nine passed and only three failed. Chofac Mepapendem was 1st in her class out of 42 and Aminkeng Douclaire was 2nd out of 6. Asong Aminded expressed joy to be the 9th out of 40. In their different writeups they have expressed thanks to the Cross River Gorilla Project UK for supporting them and they look further to more support this year.

 In the secondary support that benefited 22 students,15 students were recently contacted and out of which 9 passed in their examinations. Asong Atem like Zinkeng Joy says <I promise to always perform well and to do better. The support helped me to pass 20/20 in French and to pass Chemistry>.While appreciating Efuetgwa Genesis says <we shall be expecting more>. Tandem Damaine recognizes that < the school fees has helped reduce the load on my parents> .Ngosong Euphemia Jingwa and Nkengafac Cassandra both point out the fact that fees payment made them regular in class and they were never again victims of school fees drive.

Even the students who did not do well have promised to do better so that the CRGP /CAWI support should not go in vain.

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