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PAY TUITION FEE FOR 12000 NAMIBIAN VULNERABLE STUDENTS

PAY TUITION FEE FOR 12000 NAMIBIAN VULNERABLE STUDENTS

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My name is Elastus Ndilenga. I got emotional on the 22nd May 2019 when I read in The Namibia Newspaper (https://www.namibian.com.na/78783/read/NSFAF-dumps-12-000-students) that Namibia Students Financial Assistance Fund (NSFAF) is financially unable to pay tuition fees for 12 000 vulnerable students. These students are coming from poor economic backgrounds who wants nothing but to become contributing factors towards the realization of country’s 2030 INDUSTRIALIZATION VISION. I understand the economic crisis our country (Namibia) is facing but on the other hand, it cannot be a situation where as human beings ignore or delay young people’ dreams.

As an orphan from an early age, I understand the psychological pain these students are going through, I once experienced it. I thought so fast to fundraise for my fellow young people to make their dreams come true through education. My prime purpose for these online fundraising is to achieve the following objectives:
1. At least to raise funds by August 2030
2. My aim is to pay at least for 500 students from those 12000 lists.
Please share these messages to local and international friends – LET US MAKE OUR STUDENTS PROUD.

As an Orphan too, I am Raising money to help at least 250 our of 12 000 vulnerable students who are about to relinquish their studies due to lack of financial support.

I am hoping to raise the funds by 1/09/2019 (before they sit for end year exams).
How will funds be used? At least, from the 12 000, I will be able to pay for at least 250 students. The money raised will only pay for their tuition fees ( if possible their 75% of their tuition fees) but not for their accommodations.

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Namibia Students Financial Assistance Fund (NSFAF) is financially unable to pay tuition fees for 12 000 vulnerable students. These students are coming from poor economic backgrounds who wants nothing but to become contributing factors towards the realization of country’s 2030 INDUSTRIALIZATION VISION.