Orphan teenagers succeeding in changing their world
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240 New Dawn alumni are beginning to change their world. Nearly all these graduates went on to a University or professional training. Below are several updates on their progress.
Grace Nduta Kimani:
Grace has completed and graduated with 1st class honors in her nursing program and is now preparing for her practical (internship). Here she is shown is a current photo of her in white lab coat. She will soon be using her skills and her strong faith and compassionate character to heal the physical and spiritual brokenness of people in Kenya.
Anna Ndinda Mutuku:
Anna has completed her IT program at the WOTE Technical Training College with high marks (all A-s in her last year). She was chosen to continue in a short-term higher diploma program to enhance her skills which she is preparing for now. She also is a volunteer for the Kenya Red Cross Society and was trained in disaster preparedness and emergency response procedures. She used those skills to help rescue people during the last flood season. She is shown here inside a Kenya Red Cross Medical Service vehicle.
James has just completed his 3rd year in Engineering at the Nairobi Technical Institute and is doing extremely well in his studies. His goal is to become a highway engineer – that is his engineering passion, but he is also signed up to take a plumbing training course, along with his 12 credits in 4th year engineering, to help augment his job opportunities. Additionally he is very active in his church and has a passion for music and is part of a Christian choir that competes and sings locally and just shot their 4th album with young Christian students of the university as a way to evangelize and glorify the Lord – his all time passion. James and some friends have also organized a mentorship program for the teenagers in his village where they offer free tuition to high schoolers to help them score better grades in the national exams.
Maureen has successfully completed her Business degree at Nairobi Technical college and hopes to continue to be a CPA. She has a passion to start her own non-profit program to help young girls affected by FGM (female genital mutilation). To that end, she is currently working with a couple from Canada to start a FGM project called Reenow Generation and currently houses young girls until they find them permanent shelter and who are need of shelter, counseling and new life skills. The Reenow focus is to find donors to help provide sanitary pads for women who cannot afford them as they have identified that as being one of the most urgent problems facing young girls in the Mai Mahiu community.
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Your help needed now if we are to open a new school in Tanzania in December 2018!!
Great progress is being made at the new high school for orphans in Ishinde Village, Tanzania while New Dawn Kenya continues to turn out successful Christ centered students in Laikipia. However, $150,000 is needed by October 15 to ensure the school will be completed on time! Your contribution is needed now!
Below are photos depicting our progress on the main hall (completed), classrooms and bathrooms, dormitory, and water storage building (completed). The sanitation system, water system, and power lines are also being laid. We are close but need your help to meet our goal of opening by the end of this year!
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Paul Yongo Otui is age 15, an orphan, and lived in a children's home before coming to New Dawn. He has two siblings. His favorite courses are physics, math, and chemistry. He likes playing soccer, singing, dancing, and rapping. He would like to be an engineer and help the vulnerable children in his society. Paul needs a sponsor. Can you help? Go to Sponsor Me