Allison and Susan Rosenberg training for their run
Allison Rosenberg, Harvard graduate, Kasiisi Project Volunteer and Field Director for 6
months, will be running the DC Rock ‘n’ Roll Half Marathon on March 15, to support the Kasiisi Project Scholarship Program.
Allison worked with the Kasiisi Project in Uganda from June through December 2013 as a science programs volunteer and Interim Field Director, and saw first hand the huge impact of the scholarship program on local students, and the dedication of the Kasiisi Project Scholarship Committee to ensuring their success.
And she will not be alone – her mother Susan will be running with her.
You can help Allison and Susan reach their goal of $4000, the amount needed to give one student 4 years of secondary school, by sponsoring them at http://www.crowdrise.com/RunforKasiisiStudents/
Any amount will help:
$10 – Transport to school for one student
$25 – Exercise books and writing implements for one student for one term
$50 – School uniform for two secondary students
$100 – Surgical coat and boots for one medical student
$200 – Textbooks for one student for one year
$330 – Tuition at secondary school for one term (of three terms per year) for O-levels or six years for A-levels.
$1000 – Tuition at secondary school for one year (of four years)
Akandwahano Dominic: Sophomore Harvard College
$1500 – Tuition at nursing school for one year
$3000 – Tuition at medical school for one year
Here are the kind of futures your donation can help give our children:
Muhumuza Michael:Teacher Kyanyawara Primary School
Tusiime Irene: BA Urban Planning:Makerere University
Irumba Abel: Certificate in Agricultural Sciences:Manager Kasiisi Project Farm
Rwabuhinga Francis :BA Environmental Sciences:Makerere Univeristy: Kasiisi Project Conservation Director
Kasiisi Project Medical Students Adolf and John with Scholarship Committee Chair, Emily Otali
Maureen and Jennipher:
Diplomas Early Childhood Education: Teachers Kasiisi Project Pre-School