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Women's Empowerment 2010-2011 class

House of Freedom's Women's Empowerment Center in Mbeya seen here Stella one of the Directors and Bee Bee one of the teachers House of Freedom's Women's Empowerment Center in Mbeya seen here Stella one of the Directors and Bee Bee one of the teachers along with some of the local children involved in the Kisses from Heaven feeding PowerClub program.
Christina Zakaria is so happy to be at the school she could not go to the school of sewing because its very expensive and she don’t know how to write well and read now she is with us and she is so happy.
Elisa Mwasaka her father died a long time ago her mother could not send her to school so she was just in the street involved in prostitution. She is now in our women’s empowerment school in the first exam she was the first in class.
Felister Mwaipasi comes from a poor family she could not continue with her education because they could not afford the school fees when she heard about what we are doing she just came and we were able to enroll her.


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Helena Philemon was married but her husband left her a long time ago then she remarried athe man who can’t afford to do anything for her. She is will our women’s empowerment program and she hope one day she will be able to take care of her kids.
Jeny Mlungu comes from a very poor family wth no one to support her. She got involved in prostitution but now she is learning sewing with out women’s empowerment program so she is so happy because one day she will be able to earn an honest decent living.
Martha Ulimbakisya whose parents have died, it is believed that they had been killed by whites. She was asked to get married and she ran away to her relatives who were not even close to her. When we heard about the news we selected her for the women’s empowerment class and she is now doing well.
Mary Peter’s father and mother died long time ago leaving three children, her brothers are still in the village but she had to come to town to see if she can help her brothers complete the school. She is so happy to be in our women’s empowerment program.
Matrha Hosea she is no different from her fellow women she has kids to take care for. She is unable to read well as she did not go to school. The women’s empowerment program has rescued her and is enabling her to learn a trade that will allow her to work for herself and feed her children.

Monika Jackson failed to continue with her education however she has started the school here in the UCT Tanzania Women's Empowerment Program and she has already got a job offer in Dar es Salaam so she is so glad.

Praise God may He open the window of Heaven and bless Monika.

 
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