We consider Education as a ladder out of poverty



 We consider Education as a ladder out of poverty

So far we had come across so many challenges on the implementation of our new accredited computer course, but we however able to soldier on and continue to deliver the education that the Masoyi Youth people deserve.

On the middle of April we lost about 8 computers due to theft on our Khayalethu 3 (K3) computer school, but we were so fortunate enough as around the end of May we have visitors from Norway (Europe) who donated 6 laptops to the K3 school so that we can continue deliver the quality education that our Youth people deserves.

And it is our wish to have more computers so that we can have more classes and have more Youth people who will be coming to our center to learn.

Because as Masoyi Home Based Care we understand the importance of education and we believe that education is the one that can reduce the so many issues that we are facing on this community of Masoyi, like the issue of poverty for instance, because if we can give young people such computer skill that we provide to them, they can able to go out there and get jobs that will help them bring something to the table for the families as there is this saying that goes; “ Education is a ladder out of poverty”

As we move on, we want to make sure that we get enough support by making sure that we get people who will sponsor some of our Orphans and Vulnerable Children to also come in their numbers get that computer skill. And we believe that is possible if we can all work together on making sure that such Children do also get such an education. The whole computer course is R3, 500.00

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