Meet Some of Our Graduates
Maureen has successfully graduated. She was training to become a Nurse at Macha Institute of Health Sciences. She hopes to improve good hygiene practices and sanitation in her community, especially educating young children and mothers. Surgery has been her preferred course in her first year. She was mentoring Elen in grade 9.
Volca has successfully graduated with a degree in Education from Kenya.
Dr Monika has successfully graduated from Medical School in Bangladesh and is currently working at Grand Hospital and is preparing for the Lok Sewa exams for admission into the Government Service. In her last email she writes: "my father is not feeling less having daughters".
Winnie has successfully graduated. She is one of 6 siblings, the only one who pursued a higher level of occupation. All other siblings left school to get married. Asking her for her motivation and the most important lesson she learned while pursuing higher education she answers “You need to work hard, seek knowledge, and understand other people. You will feel in control of your life”. She was studying in Kenya.
Gift has successfully graduated from the university in Kenya, with a Bachelor’s Degree of Education Arts. Most of her siblings are already married and when she finished high school she was afraid she might have to discontinue her education. "Without JHS, I would have never set foot in a university.”
Akossia has successfully graduated. She was studying Administration in Benin, with the goal to to further development of local products in her community and country
Yara has graduated from nursing school in Palestine. She is eager to learn more about the human body with the bigger picture in mind to one day be able to work in a hospital, helping people and doing humanitarian work. She has been working in a hospital in Ramallah for one year.