Enoqque is from the district of Belém, in Mozambique, and always wante to learn English; however, he could not afford to start his studies in the language. In February 2018, a FWB caravan that went to Mozambique crossed the young man’s paths with FWB sponsors, who made his life take new directions. He studied, graduated, and is now an English teacher, giving other foster youth the same opportunity, he received from our sponsors and volunteers. He is now also an inspiration to other children and young people, and believing so much in Education, we will make every effort to see many more of these transformations! Congratulations, Enoqque! And thank you, sponsors, and volunteers... who made it happen! ❤️
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"Not everyone knows, but we have a community school for children up to five years old, which prepares them so that from six years old on, they can go to school and continue evolving until they reach University. We offer tutoring and various sports and cultural activities after school. Sponsorship is crucial for this process and for them to progress beyond the plate of food, and this is already happening!", reinforces one of the project's coordinators, Priscila Alexandre.
One of the next challenges is to get 23 hectares of corn planted this year. The idea is that the harvest from this plantation will be directed to the production of flour to make chima (typical African food). After the corn harvest, the project also wants to plant beans, to be used in meals in the Mozambican villages. We remain firm in our work and confident in the results!
in reaching people in need, providing unbiased help with education, health and well-being. I embraced this cause because I believe in it and to be able to make my contribution in sharing my knowledge. I am very happy to be part of it!". Sonia Cardoso, godmother of the Welcome Mozambique Project