Breaking the Chain of Poverty through the TTE
Reverend Father Francis Kamia Tambala from Malawi Africa speaks of his own story of desiring to become a priest and how it was his transformation through education that has made this possible. However, this opportunity he had of quality Catholic secondary education is basically non-existent to the children of Malawi who have to travel far and wide, in the scorching heat or torrential rain just to get to school.
The reality is that 75% of Malawi children drop out after elementary school. Of the 25% of those that don’t drop out and continue to high school education, only 40% are selected and the 60% are left out, their dreams shattered, and find themselves languishing in extreme poverty.
This is the situation Malawi students and teachers find themselves in.
Father Francis appeals to each of us to help break this chain of a poverty-induced cycle so that the impoverished high school students of Malawi can receive good quality education through the Transformation through Education initiative (TTE).
Please join them and make a difference helping a child facing extreme poverty, face instead, through your support, the blessing of a good Catholic secondary education that can help bring them out of the cycle of poverty they would otherwise find themselves in.
For more information on the TTE, proceed here https://www.ttemalawi.org/#vision
Please drop off the envelope at the parish office or donate online look for “Transformation Through Education” https://bit.ly/TTEdonation
Watch his message here https://youtu.be/wL9e6y3aQXs
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