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Motivational Talk on Importance of Education of Women By Harold Domingo

Mr. Harold Domingo visited the ladies at the center to give a motivational talk on the importance of of educating women in society and the role women play in contributing to overall finance in raising a family and to society as a whole.  Mr. Domingo told them about his personal story of going through and advancing his education to University and that enabled him to have more opportunities to compete for various jobs during his career.  He said that the main factor behind his success is education, Positive Thinking and staying Focused.

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Setting Goals & Choosing Careers

The young ladies at the Centre were encouraged to stand in front of the class and tell others their desired career and why they have chosen that career.  They were asked what subjects they need to concentrate on and to identify their weakness and what they are prepared to do to develop in that area.  

Some of the chosen careers were: nurse, lawyer, accountant and teacher.  They chose their careers because they wanted to support the poor, help provide justice, to help educate and save lives.  They each recognized that they had to study hard to achieve their career.

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Creating Pathways is Making a Difference

When given the opportunity to express the impact of the pathways center, majority of them expressed their gratitude for the learning opportunity that provided a friendly atmosphere for them.  They expressed their desires of accomplishing goals they once thought impossible such as being lawyers, business women, accountant etc.   It is worth noting that this investment is worth every penny as lives are being transformed through the power of learning in an enabling environment.

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Computers Up and Running at The Creating Pathways Centre

We are so very thankful to see the computers being set up at Develop Africa's new computer lab at the Creating Pathways Centre. We hope to start training for pregnant ladies in the next month - and eventually extend out to other youth next year. Very grateful to the able team in Freetown - doing all the work.

We invite your involvement in the following ways:

1.  Help support training, provide supplies / resources etc

2.  Go there in person to provide training - volunteer

 

 

 

 

 

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