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Aqualine, An African Girl's Medical MBBS Training

Organized by: Aquiline Katsumbe

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THE STORY:

Aqualine T Katsumbe is a nineteen year recent Advanced level (five sciences subjects graduate of St Faiths High School (Anglican Church Diocese of Manicaland, Zimbabwe school) passionate about training as a medical doctor. Her vision, grounded in her memebrship to the school's Student Interact Club work with Disabled Children (at the Jairosi Jiri Mukuwapasi Disbled Children"s Center) and an orphanage adopted by her school, fits her into this career path. She commands strong leadership skills having served the school as junior to senior prefect and as Head Girl during her last two years of education at this school. She excelled in working on a school project to support the improvement of the few female students the school enrolls yearly as day scholars at this formally boys high school, with both her O level results (of 12 A, 1 B and ! C grade passes) and five A level sciences pass (A Chemistry, C in Biology, Maths, Physics (each ) and B (Economics) grade passes being testament and motivation to the ability of the Girl Child to excel and compete on equal terms with the Boy Child. Aqualine needs some $300 000 to meet the 60 percent shortfall in her funding to enroll on am MBBS with St Georges University Granada. The sponsorship she desperately needs and painfully stands between completion by the university of her registration and her up-take of admission and start of training in September 2016, is critical in closing the deficit in the total funding required to meet her full course fees. Aqualine would have taken admission at a local Zimbabwean university but for the fact that her three best subjects point count used for admission say by University of Zimbabwe, fell four points short of the 15 points required (i.e. three A grade subject passes. However, the opportunity for which she requires funding and with St Georges University, throws open the same chance to train as a doctor to her. Aqualine envisions taking up employment, say with the Medical Wing of the Pastoral Care Program of the Anglican Church , Diocese of Manicaland, which plans and interest she has raised with the sitting Bishop of the diocese. I, as her father would be grateful for such help as would enable her raise the $3000 000 required. Confirmations of Aqualines financial needs and admission as well as sponsorship offersand guarantee should be communicated to the following St Georges University officials: Estaphany Barnett (EBarnett@sgu.edu and Charis Brook (Charis@11tengroup.com) with cross=posts to AqualineKatsumbe (tanyaradza.aqualine.kats@gmail.com) and Martin T Katsumbe (her father, mkatsumbe@gmail.com) respectively. Please kindly note that We are based in Zimbabwe Martin T Katsumbe (Father +263 773 975 917)

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