Zuel Ali

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ZuelHappy Meet the Kids Monday!

In this post, we feature Zuel Ali. Zuel is 9 years old and has three brothers. Zuel is thankful for ‪‎‬The Senase Project because we have been able to bring change and improvement in her and her classmates’ education.

When asked what she wants to be when she grows up, Zuel said “I want to learn very hard so that I will be able to read and write well because I know it will help me in my business as I get older.”

Stay tuned for next week’s post when we will introduce little Andala and be sure to check out our Facebook page for more updates!

 

Ayaba Wabahu

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AyabaIn today’s Meet The Kids post, we introduce our 30th student of the campaign, Ayaba Wabahu.
Ayaba is 12 years old and wants to play soccer when he grows up. Ayaba thinks that it is good for everyone to go to school and that is why he is grateful for The Senase Project.

“T.S.P, thank you so much! I was in the wooden structure but now thanks to you am in the classroom block,” said Ayaba.

We are so happy to know that our students are now staying warm and dry during Ghana’s rainy season.

Fun facts about Ayaba: he loves to play soccer for his school team and his favorite food is rice and stew. Stay tuned for next week’s post where we feature Pricilla and be sure to check out our Facebook page!

Joana Konadu

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JoanaHappy Meet the Kids Monday!

Today we introduce you to Joana Konadu. Joana is 8 years old and attends grade 3 at the Akatim Village School.Joana is happy to have The Senase Project as her friend because she feels that we provide her and her classmates with love and care.

“I like learning everyday so I walk from my village to Akatim for school,” said Joana.

One fun fact about Joana is that she likes listening to the radio and enjoys eating fufu, a traditional Ghanian food.

Stay tuned for more fun facts and quotes in next week’s Meet The Kids post!

Meet Kwasi

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kwasiHappy Meet The Kids Monday!

Today we feature 13-year-old, Kwasi Baanibe. Kwasi likes The Senase  Project because we provide him with learning materials.
Kwasi’s favorite fruit are bananas and he is the seventh child born into his family. When we asked Kwasi what he wants to be when he grows up, he told us that he wants to be an engineer. “Not just any engineer,” Kwasi said. “I want to study hard to become a ship engineer so I can travel around the world.” We love hearing how adventurous and grateful these children are!

Be sure to check out our Facebook page to learn more about Kwasi and his classmates!

Meet Yaa

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YaaHappy Meet The Kids Monday, TSP fans! Today we introduce 10-year-old Yaa. Yaa is in grade three, has three siblings, and loves the color pink. We asked her what she thought of education, and she told us:

“Our teachers always tell us how important education and school is, that is why I walk so many miles every day.”

We also asked Yaa what she thought of our work at The Senase Project:

“I thank TSP for all of their help and for giving me and my village hope.”

We feel so grateful that Yaa’s teachers have shown her the value of getting an education, and we are also grateful knowing that our work has given these children hope!

Make sure to stay tuned for next week’s Meet The Kids post, where we will feature Yaa’s friend, Kwasi! Also, don’t forget to check out our Facebook page!

Ama Asantewaa

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Ama AsantewaaOur 26th student in our Meet The Kids campaign is Ama Asantewaa. Ama is 12 years old and is thankful for TSP because she wants to be a teacher when she grows up.”Going to school is good that is why I want to be a teacher so that I can teach others too,” said Ama.
It is inspiring to hear how many of our students want to become teachers because they feel passionately about educating others.
“T.S.P has made a lot of changes in our educational life,” said Ama. “We all now have uniforms, classrooms and have now even seen a computer. Thank you T.S.P!”

Fun Fact about Ama: she likes listening to the radio in the evening with her parents since they do not own a television.
Stay tuned for more bios and fun facts in next week’s “Meet the Kids” post!

Meet Mubarik

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mubarikHappy Meet The Kids Monday, TSP Fans! For today’s post we’re introducing Mubarik. Mubarik is 10 years old and is in year 5. His favorite subjects in school are Science, Math and English. He also loves school, and told us why:

“I love going to school because I know that will help me become a better person in the future, and also be able to help others like TSP.”

Mubarik has told us that he wants to be a politician when he grows up. He explained:

“I want to become a leader so that I can help the people of my village”.

Finally, Mubarik told us what he thought of our work at TSP:

“TSP is full of good people and God will bless them for what they do for us.”

We are inspired knowing how strong and ambitious our student’s hopes are for their future, and how appreciative they are of our work at TSP! Don’t forget to check back next week for Week 25 of Meet The Kids, where we will introduce Mubarik’s friend, Afia. Also, make sure to check out our Facebook page!

See you next week!

Abdul Ganiu

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abdulHappy Meet The Kids Monday, TSP fans! Today we are featuring Abdul Ganiu. Abdul is 13 years old and is in his first year of high school. His favorite hobbies are dancing and listening to music, and his favorite foods are Banku and Okro stew. His main ambition for when he grows up is to become a doctor. Abdul told us why:

“It is my hope to become a doctor so that I can help the disabled people in my community. I love and care for them so much and always want to help them.”

As always, we asked Abdul for his thoughts on education…

“My favorite subject is Math and English and I am happy that I can learn in the village of Akatim.”

…And we asked him what he thought of our work at The Senase Project:

“I have gotten a lot of help and encouragement from TSP. They have helped me realize that I can achieve my dream. And for that, I say Thank You.”

Hearing quotes like these provide the motivation we need to continue working hard to provide Abdul and his classmates with the resources they need to make their dreams come true.

Make sure to tune in next time for week #24 of our Meet The Kids program, and don’t forget to check out our Facebook page!

Barekius Lussani

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barekiusHappy Meet  The Kids Monday, TSP fans! Today we’re introducing our 22nd kid from Akatim, Barekius Lussani! Barekius is 12 years old, and is in her 12th year of primary school.  Her parents are farmers, and her favorite hobby is helping them with their work on weekends. Her favorite foods are rice and stew. She has told us she wants to be a teacher when she grows up, so she “can help improve the education system in Ghana”.  As always, we also asked Barekius what she thought of education, and of our work at TSP. This is what she had to say:

Education:

“School is very good because you cannot read or write when you do not go to school.”

TSP:

“TSP has been a great help to us and I love them and what they do for us.”

We are so happy to hear that our students are enthusiastic about helping Ghana and it’s people, and are so appreciative of our work at TSP! Make sure to stay tuned for week #23, and don’t forget to check out our Facebook page!

See you next week!

 

Meet Alhaji

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AlhajiHappy Meet The Kids Monday, TSP fans! Today we’re introducing Alhaji Dauda! Alhaji is 18 years old and is in his second year ofJunior High School. His main ambition in life is to one day become the president of Ghana. His favourite food is Fufu, a traditional Ghanaian meal, which is made by boiling starchy crops (like yams or plantains) and then pounding them into a dough-like consistency. Fufu is typically eaten with soup: in Alhaji’s case, he likes it with palmnut soup.

As normal, we asked Alhaji for his thoughts on education. He told us:

“Going to school is a good thing. If you go to school, it will help you become very important in the future.”

We also asked Alhaji what he thought of our work at The Senase Project. This is what he said:

“TSP has helped me and my parents because they don’t have to pay for my uniform, and things like books, pens and pencils that I need for school. This has made coming to school in this village very easy. Medase [thank you] TSP.”

We are so happy to hear that the work we do is making a difference in people’s lives, and we are impressed at Alhaji’s positive ambition for his future!

Make sure to check in for next weeks Meet The Kids Monday, and don’t forget to check out our Facebook page!

See you next week!

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