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2018 Scholarship Recipients

East Region

PCV: Alexander Schwartz

2018 - Alex Schwartz

Photos courtesy of Alex Schwartz.

Alex Schwartz writes,

The first photo was of my first meeting. Three young mothers came to the club on a warm day (so we went outside!) and we began the club with great enthusiasm. Alongside of the two scholarship recipients, we gained two new club members who joined us!

 

2018 - Alex Schwartz

Photo courtesy of Alex Schwartz.

Alex Schwartz continues,

This second set of photos is of club meeting 2. During the club, my female counterpart and I discussed what they felt it meant to be a woman. In addition, we discussed studying techniques to help these girls achieve in the classroom. The one girl earned a 20/20 on my first exam with her! The pictures of the two scholarship recipients receiving school supplies can be seen as well, Jessi and Brice. Both girls were very happy and are ready for next month! We will be starting training on entrepreneurship with an NGO who helps young women startup businesses.

 

 

2018 - Alex Schwartz

West Region (Nkong Ngam)

Community Partner: Bubo Dicko Sulle and Florence

Pictures of recipients from the West region 2018-2019

Image courtesy of Florence.

West Region (Bangourain)

Community Partner: Bubo Dicko Sulle and Guillaume

Pictures of recipients from the West region 2018-2019

Image courtesy of Guillaume.

Adamawa Region

PCV: Sidney Jasper

Pictures of recipients from the Adamawa region 2018-2019

Image courtesy of Sidney Jasper.

All translations by Ryan Mitchell, a volunteer for A2Empowerment.

Mayamou Soureya writes:

Dear A2Empowerment,

My name is Mayamou Soureya. Student in the 4th class. I should thank you for helping me and that you helped me during the previous year. I promise you that I will be an intelligent student and swim in my studies. Dear A2Empowerment, I thank you and massively thank you. I am very happy and even my parents thank you very much.

Nenne Famiatou writes:

Dear A2Empowerment,

My name is Fadimatou Charifa in the 5th class. I thank you because you helped me to practice my school. I thank you. I am going to school. I am preparing my future. I am participating in my education. I thank you.

Pictures of recipients from the Adamawa region 2018-2019

Image courtesy of Sidney Jasper.

Halmatou Sadia writes:

Dear A2Empowerment,

My name is Halmatou Sadia, student in the 4th class. I would like to thank you for your help that you have helped me during the previous year. Dear A2Empowerement, I am very happy and even my parents. Thank you. I want to continue my studies and work hard and have the good means to go to the higher class. This scholarship is important for me because it will help me in my studies and, for that, I thank you very much.

Maryam HayaTou writes:

Dear A2Empowerment,

Good morning or good evening,

My name is Maryam HayaTou in the 5th class.

I am an A2Empowerment girl. I thank you because you have helped me do my school , practice my studies, for my education, for helping my family and for educating my kids well.

For honor of my life. I thank you because you have. You, my best friend, I wish you a good day. Thank you. Until the next time.

Pictures of recipients from the Adamawa region 2018-2019

Image courtesy of Sidney Jasper.

Marcelle Monica writes:

Dear A2Empowerment,

I am called Marcelle Monica. I am in the 5th class and I am very happy about the scholarship that I received and I promise to go to the higher class with a ? means. The scholarship that I received is very important for me because it really helped me to pay for my school fees, school supplies, and many other things. That is why I say to a BIG THANK YOU!

Hadidjatau Tidjani writes:

Dear A2Empowerment,

My name is Hadidjatau Tidjani in 5th class. I thank you for your help that you helped me during the previous year. I am very happy even my parents . I promise you that I will be an exemplary student . . I am going to continue to work and have good means to go to the higher class. I thank you for your help. Dear A2Empowerment, I thank you very much.

Pictures of recipients from the Adamawa region 2018-2019

Image courtesy of Sidney Jasper.

Nenne Famiatou writes:

Dear A2Empowerment,

My name is Nenne Famiatou. I am in the 5th class. I am very happy for the scholarship. The scholarship is important because it paid for my schooling and helped me to attend . because the scholarship is very good. Thank you. It paid for schooling and everything is complete.

Aissato writes:

My name is Aissato. Student in the 5th class. I thank A2Empowerment because you have helped me to attend , for helping with the books (and) the notebooks. I thank you for having helped me .

Pictures of recipients from the Adamawa region 2018-2019

Image courtesy of Sidney Jasper.

Nafissatou Ibrahima writes:

Dear A2 Empowerment,

My name is Nafissatou Ibrahima. I am in the sixth class. I would like to say thank you because, without you, I would never get to the sixth (class) and you have helped me get there. I thank you again for everything. I am making efforts to go forward.

Fadimatou Adamou writes:

Dear A2 Empowerment,

My names is Fadimatou Adamou in the final Spanish class. It is an honor for me to address this letter to you to sincerely thank you for all that you have done for me all these years. Thank you, thank you, A2 Empowerment.

Pictures of recipients from the Adamawa region 2018-2019

Image courtesy of Sidney Jasper.

Hadidjatou Oummout writes:

My name is Hadidjatou Oummout. I am in the sixth class. I thank you. I thank you for paying [for my way for]. I am for having the scholarship for school. I thank you very much.

Pictures of recipients from the Adamawa region 2018-2019

Image courtesy of Sidney Jasper.

Pictures of recipients from the Adamawa region 2018-2019

Image courtesy of Sidney Jasper.

Pictures of recipients from the Adamawa region 2018-2019

Image courtesy of Sidney Jasper.

East Region

PCV: Elizabeth Ochoa

Letters from recipients from the East region 2018-2019

Image courtesy of Elizabeth Ochoa.

All translations by Ryan Mitchell, a volunteer for A2Empowerment.

Liamo Esher writes:

Nguelebok December 7th, 2018

Liamo Esher

Mr A2E,

I thank you for this surprise that you made for me. I did not know that I could attend this year. It seemed to me that there was not enough money to pay my school fees. I thank you.

Aboumta Ndinga Solaine writes:

Nguelebok December 7th, 2018

3rd ESP

Mr. A2E,

I thank you that you to attend for this great decent gesture. Thank you for this that you have done for me and my parents. Thank you for having accepted to take charge of my school during this school year. Truly, I thank you enormously because you have

Letters from recipients from the East region 2018-2019

Image courtesy of Elizabeth Ochoa.

Apkwa Brenda writes:

Nguelebok December 7th, 2018

Nielson Licoise

Second A4All class at the blilingual school of Nguelebok

Mr A2E,

I thank you for the surprise that you have made for me. I thank you truly. I am a Cameroonian. I thank you. I will be thankful you say a prayer for me that God be with you and that he watches over you . I would like to be a journalist in my life. I promise you that I will realize my project in life before passing. I thank you enormously. Thank you.

Evina Dino Emilie writes:

Nguelebok December 7th, 2018

Mr. A2E,

I have the honor to come near your high personality to solicit a thank you during this 2018-2019 school year. I am a student at the bilingual school of Nguelebok in the Pa4 ESP Class. I thank you enormously for your love to help me while looking after my schooling and supplies. It is truly a big gift for us that we can do more of it because my parents could not do it anymore. Actually, I solicit to go ahead to reach my objective. I want (to) work in the government to do the same things as you, helping my brother and sister of the village. Thank you .

Letters from recipients from the East region 2018-2019

Image courtesy of Elizabeth Ochoa.

Mboroungong Doaete writes:

Mr A2E,

I [write] on this piece of paper just to thank you with respect to your gesture because that gesture is really appreciable. You accepted to take charge of my school during this school year. Truly, I thank you because you have helped my parents by accepting to pay my pension. I thank you enormously. I will be very thankful to you.

Thank you.

Tamonlonlorna Elsia writes:

Nguelebok December 7th, 2018

I am Tamonlonlorna Elsia in the Nguelebok Bilingual School. I am in the 3rd class, but I have the CEP and the entry exam in 6th. I am 14. Thank you. I say thank you the mister who accepted to help me by paying for my school . May God bless you. I certainly want to be a doctor. Signed, Tamonlonlorna. I am Cameroonian.

Letters from recipients from the East region 2018-2019

Image courtesy of Elizabeth Ochoa.

Mbangoue Sonia writes:

Student in the 6th class

Mr A2E,

I have the honor to come by your high personality. Actually, I am very happy with the gesture that you made, that you have paid my school costs . I have my scholarships. I thank you and you have taken on a heavy burden in my family. My best salutations. Sonia.

Aida Ambonna Laurianne writes:

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My name is Aida Ambonna Laurianne in the 4th class.

Mr. A2E,

Thank you A2E for having enrolled me in school and for doing everything for me at school this school year. I thank you for all that you have done for me this year. I am 14.

Letters from recipients from the East region 2018-2019

Image courtesy of Elizabeth Ochoa.

Mandari Doct Telclaire writes:

I am Mandari Docta. I am in the 5th class at Nguelebok bilingual school.

Mr A2E,

I thank you for all that you have done for me. One day I will be a woman. Objective: Thank You. I thank you a lot.

Azizza Nguia writes:

Nguelebok

My name is Azizza Nguia. I say hello (to) Mr. A2E. I am happy because you have enrolled me in school. I came to school to follow my education and to learn to speak French. I like the school because it gives me a lot of good thing(s). I am happy for all that you have done for me. I am very happy. Good party and good luck.

Letters from recipients from the East region 2018-2019

Image courtesy of Elizabeth Ochoa.

Gbale Bageum Nathalie Prisbole writes:

Nguelebok December 4th, 2018

Mr A2E,

My name is Gbale Bageum Nathalie Prisbole. I am Cameroonian. I am a student in the Nguelebok Bilingual School. I thank you for having taken part for me for this 2018-2019 school year. My objective is to that I would like to be a nurse. You have really helped my parent for this for this year may God be with you. Thank you.

Noengoubou Elodie Se writes:

Nguelebok December 7th, 2018

I thank you for my school costs that you have paid for this 2018-2019 school year. Truly, you have helped my parents pay for my schooling. I thank you (for) this idea that you have done and (I) promise you (that) I will put myself to my work to go to the upper class. I thank you.

Letters from recipients from the East region 2018-2019

Image courtesy of Elizabeth Ochoa.

Ngontche Kouranja Prudence writes:

Nguelebok December 7th, 2018

Mr A2E,

I thank you for having enrolled me in school and for doing everything for me this school year because you have as your child . I say a big thank you. May God bless and protect you so that next year you can still send me like in the 2018-2019 school year. I thank you.

Ngondoungoue Annick Denise writes:

Nguelebok December 7th, 2018

I am Ngondoungoue Annick Denise. I am in the 3rd Class. The Nguelebok bilingual school. I thank you because you enrolled me in school this year and for that I will put myself to work to get my BEPC this year and when I get my diplomas I would like to be a state nurse. Once again, I thank you. I am Cameroonian.

Letters from recipients from the East region 2018-2019

Image courtesy of Elizabeth Ochoa.

Nlon Dodie Pricoeille writes:

Nguelebok December 7th, 2018

Mr A2E,

I am Nlon Dodie Pricoeille. I am in the 3rd ESP or the Nguelebok Bilingual School. To Mr. A2E, Objective: Thank you I would like to say thank you to Mr. A2E. for having paid for my school costs for my school. I have the BECP and I would like to be . I am very happy for Mr. A to E.

Mbol-Julie writes:

Nguelebok December 7th, 2018

My name is Mbol-Julie in the 5th class. (A) thank you (to) Mr. A2E because he sent me to school and did everything for me this 2018-2019 school year.

Letters from recipients from the East region 2018-2019

Image courtesy of Elizabeth Ochoa.

Kombel Ngoumba Famille writes:

Nguelebok December 7th, 2018

To A2E,

I am Kombel Ngoumba Famille at the Nguelebok Bilingual School in the 3rd class. I am 16. I have the honor of coming to you to say thank you for enrolling me in school and I have the honor to say that my goal is that I want to be in my life when I want to finish my studies. I decide(d) to be doctor a day in my life. I am Cameroonian.

Noubstil Megnolo Binette Ornelia writes:

Nguelebok December 7th, 2018

I say hello to Mr. A2E for having enrolled me in school to continue my studies for the year 2018-2019 here at Nguelebok. My name is Noubstil Megnolo Binette Ornelia. I am happy for all that you have done for me, Mr. A2E. For having sent me to school. I will do my best in order to obtain my BEPC in 2019. Mr. A2E, I promise you that I will make an effort to put myself to work. I thank you.

Letters from recipients from the East region 2018-2019

Image courtesy of Elizabeth Ochoa.

Amami Hakira, Ariella Celia writes:

Student at the PA4 Spanish Class at the Nguelebok Bilingual School, Eastern Region, Cameroon.

To A2E,

Messieurs,

I thank you for the gesture of the heart that you have done for me and my classmates . We are very conscious, that is why we will try to make good use of it. We put ourselves rigorously to work in order to have much better closure at the end of the school year by passing different exams. We hope that you will continue to educate the girls from impoverished families like us because that allows to be instructed and to be able to find jobs in order to struggle against poverty in a rural setting.

MeLi-Njiokeng writes:

Nguelebok December 7th, 2018

My name is MeLi-Njiokeng. I am 13. I want to say thank you for my studies because without them I am (would) not (be) that I should attend this year and thank you for taking care of me. In my life, I would like to be a teacher. Thank you.

Letters from recipients from the East region 2018-2019

Image courtesy of Elizabeth Ochoa.

Temsale Ndinga Ruphine writes:

At the Nguelebok Bilingual School in the 3rdESP class.

To A2E,

Objective: Thank You. I would like to thank Mr. A2E for having paid my school costs. I would like to thank him for having saved the life. I don't know how to tell him thank you for all that he did for me. I am very for him. About everything I said to you in order to see how I am happy thank you.

Marie Josaine writes:

Nguelebok December 7th, 2018

I am Marie Josaine, student in the 3rd German Class at Nguelebok Bilingual School. I am 18. I keep near you by this piece of paper to recognize the goods that I received from you. So, I thank you enormously for that because you helped my parents. Without you, we could have been the reason why you facilitated that task thank you very much. I am very happy to have received that. The little poor Cameroonian wishes you a good party and a good beginning to the year 2019. I thank you! Josaine.

Letters from recipients from the East region 2018-2019

Image courtesy of Elizabeth Ochoa.

Namou Noulmou Eselle writes:

To A2E,

Good morning or good evening, I am Namou Noulmou Eselle in the Nguelebok Bilingual School. More precisely, in the 2ndA4ESP. I am of Cameroonian nationality. I did primary teaching. I obtained my CEP and I entered in the secondary teaching where I had the 2017/2018 BEPC. That is why I thank you for the good thing that you did for me. I would like to continue my studies in order to be a business woman in the future (customs official , nurse, military person...) That is why I thank you.

Souma Koliansa Fiche writes:

Nguelebok December 7th, 2018

To Mr. A2E,

I have the honor to come by your high personality. Actually, I am a student in the second class A4ESP. I had my BEPC last year I would like to become a policewoman or a nurse . I am really very happy for that gesture that you have made for the young girls in the ndem-nam neighborhood. We received scholarships. We thank you kindly. My best salutations. Solima Koliansa Fiche.

Letters from recipients from the East region 2018-2019

Image courtesy of Elizabeth Ochoa.

Andele Assouba Gervies Anelka writes:

Nguelebok December 7th, 2018

4 ESP

Misters,

I thank you for my school costs that you have paid for truly my parents did not pay for my school. I thank you for this gesture that you have made for me . I will put myself to work to go to the class . I thank you.

Adamawa Region

PCV: Calvin Irwin

Pictures of recipients from the Adamawa region 2018-2019

Image courtesy of Calvin Irwin.

Pictures of recipients from the Adamawa region 2018-2019

Image courtesy of Calvin Irwin.

Pictures of recipients from the Adamawa region 2018-2019

Image courtesy of Calvin Irwin.

Extreme North Region

Community Partner: Yacouba Nsangou

Pictures of recipients from the Extreme North	 region 2018-2019

Image courtesy of Yacouba Nsangou.

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