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Meet Some Of Our Students On Scholarships

Omega Schools Foundation, incorporated in Ghana in 2009, has a scholarship fund to help the poorest children go to school. Here are some of the students who are benefitting from an Omega scholarship:



Enoch is 14 years old and lives in a fishing village in the central region of Ghana. He is in class 4 at school, a class usually reached by age 9. Enoch's father is dead and his mother is blind. His family does not have enough money to send him to school every day and he is needed to help his mother at home.

 

 



Michael is 10 years old. He lives with his mother, his father is dead. Michael’s mother sells mango for a living. Every day, before and after school, Michael sells mango. He only returns home to do his chores and sleep. Michael attends school every day. When he grows up he wants to be a doctor.

 



Patrick is 13 and lives with his mother, his father is dead. Patrick's mother sells porridge for a living. Every morning before coming to school, Patrick fetches water for his family, buys maize and sells porridge on the street. After school, Patrick continues to sell porridge. When he grows up he wants to build airplanes.



Sarah is 9 years old and lives with her grandparents, both of her parents are dead. Sarah had never attended school before she enrolled at Omega School last year, she is currently in Kindergarten 2 and attends school every day. Sarah wants to be a teacher when she grows up.



Justice is 13. He did not attend school before starting at Omega 2 years ago. Justice’s father is a fisherman and his mother sells bread. Justice attends school every day and he wants to be a teacher when he grows up.



Abigail is 12. She lives with her father and stepmother, her mother is dead. Abigail does not know what her father does for a living. Before coming to school, Abigail sweeps the compound, fetches water for her family and washes the dishes. Abigail wants to be a nurse when she grows up
Love is 13. Her mother is a trader and her father is not around. Before and after school, Love sells rubber bags to help her mother. When she grows up she wants to be a nurse.

 

Because of Omega’s scholarship fund these children are now able to get a good education and have a chance to realise and achieve their dreams, and shape a better future for themselves, their family, community and country. However, there are still many children and young adults who need help to attend school every day. To find out more about Omega Schools Foundation, the scholarship fund, how you can donate or sponsor a child email foundation@omega-schools.com


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