Provision of Hope would like to honor all our Grade 12 Grads for their achievements in reaching this day! Well done! You studied hard to finish well.
Maxwell Browne I am “so” proud of you! When I think of that day I met you and your mother at the Holiday Feeling Hotel, where your mom worked, I can hardly believe that you are the same person! ( This hotel was a very run down hotel, where we stayed outside of the Buduburam Refugee Camp) Maxwell you have been a top scholar all these years, since we first put you to school at the age of 10! Maxwell is hoping to take nursing. He passed the entrance at Mother Patern, one of the best nursing schools in Liberia. We are trusting God to bring in the funds needed for this dream to be fulfilled. Maxwell wanted to become a doctor, but that would take more funding. Maxwell, I love who you are today, and how you have given your life to Jesus Christ. See more of their story by clicking on this blog post Refugee Mother and Son Find Hope
Alhaji Kamara well done! You achieved a milestone in your life and we are so proud of you! Alhaji’s dream is to study accounting. Thank you Lance and Natalie Barkman for funding his schooling for so many years and the encouragement you have been to him. You have touched his heart! Patricia, his mother sends her deep appreciation too.
Chelsean Chea is receiving his Gr. 12 Diploma at his graduation ceremony. Thank you Jeff and Gena Conley for funding his schooling and making this day possible. You have made a big impact on his life!
We have other Grade 12 Graduates that we would also like to honor. I am sorry we do not have photos of their grads to post here.
Beatrice Constance – Dapae and Rita’s home
Stephen Toe – Dapae and Rita’s home
Love Kamara – lives with Bernice Williams and is sponsored by Elaine Caudle. Love would like to take cosmetology schooling for 6 months then set up her own business.
Keekee Bourgar – lives with his brother Emmanuel Bourgar and sponsored by Elaine Caudle
Ceegar Dyega – Otis Dyega’s bio son
Abraham Dyega – Otis Dyega’s bio son
Felecia Nyenwan – a young single mother who is raising her little girl (Karen) who we have been assisting.
We are in the process of registering students to school. We still have many who do not have their registration and tuition fees. If any one would like to help with sponsoring a student, we would be most grateful!
Shadrach and Meshach are twin boys. They are ready to start grade 1, but have no funding. Their father died when they were very young, and their mother is doing her best with her little business to provide food and clothes for them.