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St George’s News - Waterlooville’s Parish Magazine

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Lent & Easter 2019 issue

African Child Trust

At St George’s we support the African Child Trust by raising funds to keep four orphaned children in education. The cost is around £200 for each child, and currently the contributions we receive run a little short of the amount that is required.

So we need more sponsors, at £20 per year - probably the most worthwhile use of £20 that you could make!

We have received this lovely letter from Olaide, one of the children we support.

The four children who rely upon St George’s for their continued education are:

Daniel Tabuliwa

Daniel is now 17. He has passed his national school certificate exams and is now in 6th Form College. He continues to make good progress with his studies and is in good health. He is very grateful for the continued support.

Olaide Zainab Oloyede

Olaide is one that has truly benefited from our support. With the help of the African Child Trust she was able to seek medical help and see a specialist to help with her condition which has now stabilised. She was out of school for nearly 18 months due to her illness and is pleased to be back. She is a delightful girl and has just started the new school term last September in class JS3. Please continue with prayers for Olaide and her family for health to remain stable.

Stephen Kasaka

Stephen is currently in Form 3 and doing well at school. He has recently celebrated his 19th birthday, and is grateful for the support he receives.

Elisha Mroso

Elisha from Moshi, Tanzania has now graduated from Muhibili National University of Health and Allied Science, Dar es Salaam where he was studying his bachelor’s degree in medical laboratory medicine. He is delighted to have graduated after putting in so much hard work. His graduation took place in September.

If you would be able to join the group of supporters at St George’s that sponsors these children through their education, please contact Tony Rice-Oxley. The donation required is £20 per year.

Daniel Tabuliwa

Olaide Oloyede

Stephen Kasaka

Elisha Mroso