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Girls Transforming the World

At the time I told them I want to start a school, they told me that I can’t afford because it is too expensive. I stood firm and say to my self “fatma you can do it”
Months letter I started my school at my home place. I do teach little kids in the morning like the other nursery school does although this one of mine is free. And In the evening I do teach primary school children as a tuition center.
I do love my work because I finally worn to help people living in poverty. Since it has always being my dream to do that.
Current I am doing my best to register my small center for visiting nursery children which have been operating for almost three months now. Also I own the piece of land 18000square miter large in southern highland region which I have sanctified to be used for god sake.
The challenge I am facing now is that I don’t have enough funds to employ other women as my wishes.
Also I still can’t help to the level I have dreamt of, that some days to come I would have a large house for street children to stay as their home.
There fore as a mother and woman I transform the world through educating our children.

This story was written for World Pulse’s Girls Transform the World Digital Action Campaign.

World Pulse believes that women's stories, recommendations, and collective rising leadership can—and will—bring girls greater access to education which will transform their lives, their families, and communities. The Girls Transform Campaign elicits insightful content from young women on the ground, strengthens their confidence as women, and ensures that influencers and powerful institutions hear their stories.
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turtledove100's picture

Way to go innocency!

God bless you innocency! Your desire to help other people escape poverty through education is very inspirational! Through everything you're doing, young women and girls will be able to transform their lives just as you have transformed yours. You are living proof that having dreams and the determination to see them come true really does work! I will pray for you and for the success of your endeavors.

"Ours is not the task of fixing the entire world all at once, but of stretching out to mend the part of the world that is within our reach" (Clarissa Pinkola Estes, author and poet)

innocency massanja's picture

appreciation

dear Clarissa
thanks for the prayers. to me that is more important than money
may god bless you

innocency

Innocency, thank you so much for sharing your sweet vision. You are amazing! Look what you have done already. I am so happy to read your post here on World Pulse. You are following the calling of your heart and that can't help but be a blessing to everyone you meet, including here online.

I wish you well as you teach the nursery children each morning and the primary children each evening. How lucky those children are to have you as their teacher--I know that you love them! I wish your dream of making a home for the street children comes true.

Blessings on your kind heart--may all the support you ever need continue to show up.

Lorraine Cook

Together let us create "an environmentally sustainable, spiritually fulfilling, socially just human presence on the planet" now.

innocency massanja's picture

appreciation

dear Lorraine

thanks for the support you gave me. iam so proudly thanking my lord for helping me going on my way.

thank you
Innocency

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