In April, our little friend – A CACEP sponsored orphan child, will be out of school because she had developed some health issues causing her to lose her hearing and speaking ability. The family could not afford overly expensive treatment and dropped her from school.
Because of a generous sponsor Salwa can now hear and speak and is back at school.
Her mother was very emotional when she first heard her daughter’s voice – Indeed, it was a miracle for her!
Mahrukh is a grade 5 student. Her mother has been taking care of her and her two siblings ever since their father passed away 7 years ago. She joined our program 4 years ago, and now she is able to go to school.
Mahrukh wants to become a doctor in the future! Just like many of the children sponsored by CACEP, Mahrukh is ambitious and eager to expand her knowledge and education.
Haseeb is another bright student sponsored by CACEP. He is currently in the 5th grade. His father passed away 4 years ago and that has unfortunately impacted his education. Luckily, he has been able to return to school ever since joining our program 2 years ago.
His favourite subject is Science, especially the solar system. When he grows up, Haseeb would like to study Astrology or Computer Science.
Unfortunately due to COVID, Haseeb has been unable to attend some of the classes that were shifted online. His passion and determination to continue his education will help him reach his dreams and aspirations!
Areesha and Salwa were in grade 2 when they joined the program in the local Government Girls Primary School.
Their father died of an accident two years before they joined CACEP. The family had to move to their Aunt's home. The family consist of two brothers and two sisters and their mother.
Their mother is working hard and fully committed to ensuring a bright future for her children through education. CACEP is schooling her two daughters Areesha and Salwa.
Areesha has recently been accepted in a pre-med program and aspires to become a doctor.
Alia is one of the most brilliant students in her School. Unfortunately, both her father and mother died at two year intervals. She lives with her Uncle along with her four brothers and sisters. Her Uncle is a school teacher.
Alia wants to become a Doctor, but due to financial burden, her Uncle may not be able to support her education and longer.
Thanks to donors, CACEP is able to support Alia’s education since 2010. Her academic record has been very impressive.
Tayyeba is a student of class five. She is a brilliant student in her school who despite being at odds financially has shown excellent academic record.
Her father has very low income and works as a daily mason/laborer. Tayyaba is one of six sisters and has no brother. Her oldest sister is married while five sisters are at home. It is very difficult for the family to provide quality education to all his children. He was going to keep the girls out of school after middle level education. When our volunteer discussed the possibility of support for Tayyaba’s education, father was more than happy to continue his daughter’s schooling if financial support was provided to cover schools tuition and books cost.
Such an initiative will not only lessen the burden of educating six daughters but would also ensure higher level of education for talented Tayyaba.
We are so proud of our students! Learn more about our alumna Sana!
Thanks to your donations, here are pictures of other children in the program.