New School Partnership
We are happy to announce our new partnership with United Action For Children Cameroon. Their school, Jamadianle Nursery and Primary School, helps educated over 600 children in the area. They work to keep class sizes small so the students can have a top notch learning environment. They also serve one hot meal a day to all of their students to ensure that they are getting something to eat. We are working to raise funds for five of these students. They are each in need of $170 to attend their next year of primary school. Classes will start in September, so we need to raise the money for these students fast. Please consider giving to their education. We were blessed to have three of the students fully funded just days after being posted on our site. We have just two more girls in need of assistance. Tambe and Mvo (pictures above) need just $71 and $35 to reach their tuition goal and start school next month.
For all of you Facebook users out there we are having a giveaway. Go to our Facebook page and follow the directions below to be entered to win!
***NICARAGUAN COFFEE GIVEAWAY***
To celebrate the upcoming school year we are giving away a 14oz bag of Espresso Roast coffee that we picked up while visiting our school in Nicaragua.
To enter the giveaway:
1. Follow our Facebook page
2. Join our mailing list: http://www.oneworldtuition.org/mailinglist/
3. Like this photo
4. Tag a friend
Winner will be announced Monday, August 14th!
Hi everyone, Mandi here today to spotlight a feature on our site and answer some questions about how it works. Before we get to all that, we have some great news! You are going to start seeing more blog posts from us (YAY)! We have some exciting things in the works we can't wait to share with you including our trip to Nicaragua. So make sure you are signed up for our mailing list and are following us on social media....Read more by clicking on the link below.
July Nicaragua Trip
Nervousness and excitement took over as we hopped into the truck and made our way through the busy streets of Matagalpa, Nicaragua. The hustle and bustle quickly died down as we turned onto a worn dirt road outside of the city. Slowly we climbed up the dirt road, entering the small town of Susuma. Instantly, you could see the poverty that surrounds this town, but we were met with the positivity of smiles and laughter as the locals embraced us warmly, and exposed us to their town....Read more by clicking the link below.