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Author Topic: Florence's School; Oh, No, Please Don't Ask Me for MORE Money.....  (Read 172289 times)
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« Reply To This #860 on: October 16, 2014, 05:17:57 PM »

Dear Kiva Mirembe Friends and Florence fans,

 Just before the closure of this fabulous place and thread  I would like to pass you a message of Florence:

“I write with a lot of joy because I have had the honor to communicate with KIVA friends from different parts of the world. I was one of the luckiest women I met Drew Kinder. The gates opened for MCC when he posted my story on to KIVA 's thread. Many developments have taken place with the financial, material and emotional support which I got from the KIVA friends.

The staff, students and the Ugandan community who have benefitted from KIVA/ Kivafriends/ MCC relationship will never forget that opportunity. We had a big dream which is becoming a reality. The school is now permanent. With your care, love and my commitment we have managed to give hope to the hopeless…
 
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=MXs1ZUZT2ww


WHAT WE ARE COMMITTED TO DOING

Peacemakers:  We are peacemakers, we reconcile parents and their daughters

Caretakers:      We take care of teenage mothers and their children

Informers:         We convey appropriate information, ideas to young people and
                            policy makers

Volunteers:        Sometimes we perform willingly without pay

Counselors:        We are responsible for providing opinions,recommendations and
                             suggestions worth following

Consultants:       We give professional or expert advice

Guides:              We give directions and assistance to young women to achieve their
                            goals
 
 
Influencers:        We lead by example with similar power to help women start their
                             own business

Initiators:            We took the leading action to provide vocational training to
                              prostitutes and teenage mothers

Doers:                  We get things done with vigor and efficiency

Law abiding:       We do things in line with the Ministry of Education policies

Go getters:           We move to places were our services are most needed

Providers:             We make effort to support young mothers and their children


I cherish every moment…

Thank you so much.
 


Florence ”


I started to put this

 Cry Cry Cry Cry Cry Cry Cry Cry Cry Cry Cry Cry Cry Cry Cry Cry Cry Cry Cry Cry Cry Cry Cry :

but finally

  Party Party Party Party Party Party Party Party

is better suited to end this post  and thread


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« Reply To This #861 on: October 16, 2014, 05:25:30 PM »

Thank you for posting this, Ulrike!  Thumbs Up
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