Become a Grace Partner

Becoming a Grace Partner is your personal connection to restore and empower a Neema student. Your monthly investment provides counseling, ongoing spiritual care, and high quality skills training, food, safe housing, and medical support. 

 
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Joyce

Joyce is the first born in a family of five children. Her mother sells vegetables, and her father is a local vigilante (village law enforcement member). Her family lives in extreme material poverty. Joyce is a 3rd year student.

 
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JOAN

Joan attended primary school but dropped out in 2016 because living in extreme material poverty left her family unable to pay for the necessary school supplies and uniform. Joan is a 2nd year student.

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Lydia

Lydia went to school through grade 8 but due to her unstable home life and living in extreme material poverty left her unable to pay for the necessary school supplies and uniform. Lydia is a 3rd year student.

 
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MERCY

Mercy attended traditional school through tenth grade, but in 2013, Mercy had to drop out of school because of her pregnancy. Mercy is a 2nd year student.

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Mercy

Mercy is the firstborn in a family of five children. Mercy’s illness became a financial burden on the family because of the cost of treatment and medications, forcing them to lease out their land. Mercy is a 3rd year student.

 
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MERCY

Mercy is the second born of four children and lives in a one-room mud hut on a small plot of land. Her father is a butcher, and her mother works as a school cook. Mercy is a 1st Year student.