Meet the 2012 Recipients below and show your support.
What is Little Paths Australia SSS Program?
Little Paths Australia SSS Program provides Secondary School Scholarships for the entire school life of a recipients' secondary school career. It is a legal and humanitarian requirement that all ‘street child centre’s” provide educational opportunities for primary school aged children.
Secondary school is not compulsory and for many children their educational experience ends at their final primary due to lack of financial resources.
Little Paths Australia offers scholarship support for street children or former street children who has been placed with family but still in need of support to continue their secondary education.
Who is it for?
SSS program strictly caters for young people who have or are currently experiencing homelessness, who are or have been registered with a street child recognised centre and who would otherwise not be able to continue with their secondary education.
How do we support SSS Program Recipients?
Currently, Little Paths Australia provide on the ground support for scholarship recipients, via Little Paths Australia Tanzanian Liaison Officer (TLO). Katie Magambo. Our TLO provides support during the application process and beyond to ensure that all the recipients educational needs are met and that Little Paths Australia supporters are kept up to date with the recipients progress. A similar support team is currently being created in Cambodia so that we are able to support vulnerable children in Battambang, Cambodia.
When & Where?
Scholarship recipients' engage with our program around between November and December of each year, in preparation of January entry to secondary school in prospective countries.
Scholarship recipients are currently being located in Mwanza, Tanzania for 2012 enrolment.
CONGRATULATIONS TO FRANK, GERTRUDE, REGINA AND MWITIA!
Introduction summary's are currently being translated and will be available shortly.
Congratulations to GUADENSIA, QUEENIE AND FLORAHWe wish you lots of luck for your secondary school journey! Haba na haba, hujaza kibaba - "little by little, a lot can be done" and we look forward to working together to suppo...