Coalition for Courage has now existed for long enough that a number of “children” have graduated and become gainfully employed, a feat that is quite amazing in a country where the unemployment rate is over 80%. According to the CIA World Factbook, Zimbabwe’s unemployment rate is 95% (2009 estimate that “also reflects under employment; true unemployment  is unknown, and under the current economic conditions, unknowable”). We celebrate our new and upcoming graduates.

Chatama, once a shy boy who advocated for the orphan care center to stay open at night so he could study (he didn’t have electricity), will graduate from Midlands University with a degree in Marketing.

Evans (pictured here with Liz) has supplemented his scholarship to Midlands University with money earned making wire crafts. In December, he will graduate with a degree in Media and Social Studies.

Regis, now a grown man, will graduate from Selbi Theological College this December. He started with us when he was in grade 6 and has always dreamed of being a minister. When Liz met with him in August, he described himself as a baby bird, finally ready to jump out of its nest and begin to fly.

When Marlon was in grade 5 he somehow convinced Arden to buy him a dog. Since then, his love for animals has only deepened. This December Marlon will finish a degree in Animal Husbandry, which is the first part of a 6 year program in Veterinary Medicine.

Comments are closed. Manchmal habe ich denke, ein Fehler unterlaufen zu lassen, dass Jungen allen Unternehmens wissen. Ein Fehler! Max wiederholt. Welche d'ye einen Fehler bedeuten? Ich meine, Max, propecia verschreibungspflichtig dass das erste, was Sie Ihren Arzt wissen, geht um unsere Konkurrenten weht, wie gut der Junge hier zu suchen, Max, und dann ein Anliegen wie Sammet Brüder oder Klinger Klein würde der propecia kaufen rezeptfrei Junge sieben Dollar pro Woche zur Verfügung stellen, und an einem schönen Morgen wir 'll kommen der Innenstadt und feststellen, dass Fillup die einen anderen Job bekam.