Community Service: Eneck wants to be a nurse when she grows up and help others
Community Service: 8-year-old Eneck from the House of Blue Hope is currently enrolled in the Uhuru Walk Community Service program, benefitting from weekly English language classes. The organisers of Uhuru Walk and the management of Meadows Academy extend their deepest appreciation to Asas Dairies Ltd for their joint sponsorship of this young girl. Through such selfless donors and sponsors, we are able to help young and disadvantaged children bridge the language barrier in pursuit of social and economic opportunity and equality in their future lives.
Abrahaman loves to play football and dream of becoming an accomplished pilot. With an observant and analytic eye, he mostly enjoys learning Mathematics at school. In our weekly classes, he has advanced from the least proficient level to an intermediate level. From knowing only the alphabet and some three-lettered words, Abrahaman can now spell longer words. He is most easily recognised for his politeness in class, and his drive to learn and write new and complicated words.
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Uhuru Walk is an annual event comprising of a walk, a treasure hunt, a cycling event, a wildcard contest, and a lucky draw organised by Meadows Academy to support her community service initiative of giving English language learning to disadvantaged children
What is Uhuru Walk? Uhuru Walk is an annual walkathon and treasure hunt that is created by the coming together of organizers, volunteers and sponsors. As an event that has welcomed thousands of participants over the past 8 years, it facilitates the provision of Early Learning Education, English Literacy Classes, and Charity Drives for disadvantaged children at House of Blue Hope Orphanage.
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