Nuseiba - A Women's Education Partnership University Graduate

Nuseiba a Women's Education Partnership Graduate

Nuseiba is a graduate and valuable to society

Women's Education Partnership supports girls to study at university in Khartoum.Through the generosity of our supporters we are able to offer scholarships to disadvantaged girls so they can study at university.

Thank you for assisting with the fees. Just £700 supports a (non residential) student at Ahfad University for Women in Khartoum for one year.

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This is Nuseiba. She is a Nuba from the Lagori tribe and comes from Kadugli in the Nuba Mountains. She graduated in April from Ahfad University's School of Health Science, specializing in Physical Therapy, with a grade of Good (74%). She brings to 316 the total of TFS scholars who have successfully graduated.

Nuseiba's story

I live with my family which is composed of five brothers and two sisters. I am the youngest in my family and the third to graduate from University. I thank Women's Education Partnership for supporting me and my sister who is now working in Kadugli. Really I couldn't afford to complete my education, because my father has limited income. I thank God and Women's Education Partnership for my happiness when Women's Education Partnership offered me the scholarship and my dream to be an educated woman has become a reality. Honestly to get access to university is so hard and now I have become a strong woman. From university I learnt values such as kindness and respect and developed my skills in English language and computers. I also got more information about the healthy food and nutrition for persons at different ages and learned to be patient with sick people. All this would enable me to take my role in society. I am working now in a physical therapy centre in Khartoum.

In my future I would like to take my Master's degree and then to go back to Kadugli and work in the hospital and open my own centre, because there are no physiotherapy services provided to the people in that area, because of the war in south Kordofan.

Thanks once again to God and Women's Education Partnership for making my dream become true. I wish all the best for Women's Education Partnership. I would like to thank all charitable organizations which help girls or women in Nuba Mountains to get access for university education."

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