Elizabeth Musu Wotey
Elizabeth Musu Wotey has been waiting 925 days for a sponsor.
Elizabeth is an intelligent teenage girl; she presently lives with her stepfather, mother, two siblings, her cousins, and her aunt in a two-bedroom house in a compound that houses another 25 occupants at the Wellington community, eastern Freetown. Elizabeth lost her father at a very young age.
She lives in a crowded and noisy community that is challenged with clean water, an effective electricity supply, and a good road network. Most of the residents of the wellington community are traders. Elizabeth's mother is a primary School a teacher whose salary can barely meet the needs of her children.
Elizabeth loves reading interesting books. Elizabeth is currently attending the Annie Walsh Memorial Secondary School. Elizabeth loves Mathematics and dreams of becoming a medical doctor in order to help save the lives of the less privileged in the society who cannot access quality medical facilities.
U.S. Federal EIN: 20-3836551
Develop Africa strategically empowers lives in Africa by providing educational opportunities and strengthening self-reliance so that individuals, families, and communities can create positive change in their own lives.
We empower lives by providing school supplies, scholarships, mosquito nets, solar lights, computer/vocational training, etc. We also provide microfinance loans and disaster relief. This helps them become self-sufficient and rise above poverty.
When individuals and families are strengthened, they can contribute towards community, national and international progress.
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