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Going Back to School in Africa

Going Back to School in Africa

   Halle Erwin
   17 August 2018


Nosmilo, once a child who attended a ‘Cup CarePoint, is now a teacher at a rural elementary school in Africa. Today, she dreams of shaping the future for children tomorrow. She dreams of this tomorrow because she knows it's possible. It was possible for her! Possibilities like this happen because of the generosity of Children’s Cup supporters.

The support she received empowered her to complete high school and college. She also participated in the first stages of our Economic Empowerment program.

Daily, she interacts with children who face the same challenges she did as she was growing up. She recognizes the obstacles children must overcome. The inability to afford school fees, supplies, and uniforms can greatly hinder a child. She shares, “With Children’s Cup, their future can be brighter—very bright. They can become anything!”


Thank you for positioning children on a promising path toward a bright future. Will you help more children overcome the obstacles hindering their education and provide resources for them to excel? With a one time gift, you will equip a driven, successful child with an opportunity to continue their education today!

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