Archive for the ‘Scholarships’ Category

Lazarous Zuzhi, a Scholarship Recipient in Zambia

March 12, 2017

LazarousUpdate on one of LifeNets Developing Nations Scholarship students, Lazarous Zuzhi from remote Mufumbwe in NW Zambia. He is studying nursing in Solwezi, Zambia and doing very well. Update report with photos.

Appreciation from Kenya Scholarship Recipient

March 8, 2017

KairuLifeNets scholarship student from Kenya, Samuel Kairu, writes us today.

“Further to my application to be considered for sponsorship to further my education, I sincerely write to thank you from bottom of my heart for this very important deed. Through the help I got from you, I am able to pursue university education which is an important thing  I never imagined in my life….”  Read more at

Adding New Scholarship in New Country: Togo

February 15, 2017


Elom Fiaboe

Elom is a 2nd year student of pharmacology, in the University of Euromed, in Dakar, Senegal. She writes:

It was with a great joy and surprise that I have received your decision to help with my college housing fees for this year. I am in my second year of Pharmacy education at the University of Dakar (Euromed). My dad did not hide from me his financial difficulties given that he had to retire. I know that nothing will be like before. That’s why your help is for me like a help from heaven. I will endeavor to use it as a faithful steward.
Once again, thank you so much,
Elom Fiaboe.

Kenya Woman Thanks LifeNets for Sewing Machine

February 15, 2017

Livelihood Project in Kenya – LifeNets International


Janet Anyango

“Hello once again,  Am glad to say hi this afternoon. I know it has been a busy week on your side but hope everything is OK. I would like to say a big thank you to LifeNets for considering my case and buying me a new sewing machine…”

Young Adults on 3 Continents Raise Nearly $8,000 for LifeNets

February 12, 2017

lippincottKeith Lippincott, organizer, of the Youth Card Project, talks to us about how this project began in Australia in 2011 when a group of young people decided to raise money to support projects in developing countries.

Zambia Scholarship Graduate Nancy Mwanza

February 10, 2017

mwanzaNancy Mwanza was a LifeNets student at the University of Zambia under the School of Humanities and Social Sciences.  She majored in social work where she graduated with a Bachelor of Social Work degree with credit on Jan. 25, 2017.


LifeNets Grad in Malawi Becomes Finance Administration Officer

January 8, 2017
Attached is a photo of one of LifeNets graduates in Malawi.

Kondwani R Malera, Bachelors Degree in Accounting, sponsored for two years from 2013 to 2014, now has a good job as Finance Administration Officer.

He did his degree program for a period less than four years because he already had a diploma in accounting when he was selected to go to University.

Dan Ringo
LifeNets Malawi

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A Laptop for Our Nursing Student In Zambia

August 14, 2016

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Lazarous Zuzhi has been a LifeNets student studying nursing in Solwezi, Zambia. We were able to provide a computer for him to aid him in his studies. One of our ministers, Darris McNeely, travelled to Malawi and South Africa to conduct Leadership seminars. We gave him a laptop to deliver to Major Nawa Talama who sent it on to Lazarous in Mufumbwe.


110 Scholarships in Developing Nations!

July 24, 2016

A snapshot today of our LifeNets Developing Nations Scholarship Program — diversity including students from South Africa, Zambia and Tonga. We currently have 110 students on the program around the world. Story at:

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Video from Recipients of LifeNets Scholarships

June 15, 2016

LifeNets Scholarship Developing Nations Fund is success. Watch this 4 min video from students in Mexico, Guatemala, Colombia and Chile.