Changing Lives Through Education


Education is closely tied to LifeNets’ mission: it’s difficult to be self-sufficient if you have no means by which to increase your knowledge base. It makes sense, then, for LifeNets to concentrate a large part of their support on the Scholarship Program for students in developing countries. This program currently supports about forty young people annually, at an average cost of about $1,500 per year per student. Without this program, a college education would be beyond the reach of these young men and women. Thanks to LifeNets, they will enter the job force with much better chances of finding a job that will allow them to support themselves–and others. As one student wrote, “This scholarship helps me to go to school and learn what I would not have otherwise known. I will be an educated person and not dependent on others. I can then help others who are lacking assistance.”

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One comment

  1. Iam fully impressed by your comment that Education is life .This because my life is what it is now simply because of Education.Iam a teacherb by profession here in Kenya and iam appealing for any wisher to assist financial support in pursuing degree

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