Seny Justine Gomou, 8 years old, grade 3.
Seny Justine is an orphan. She lives with her aunt who is a housekeeper in Conakry and earns just $30 a month. Seny Justine is a very friendly little girl who would later like to become a nurse.
N’na Fadima, 9 years old, grade 4.
N’na Fadima is a very shy little girl who loves to go to school. Her mother is a vendor at a local market in Conakry and she hopes her daughter will have the chance that she never had, to finish high school.
Oumou Sylla, 7 years old, grade 1.
Oumou starts school this year (2019) and is very excited to learn how to read and write. Her mother, a saleswoman in a local market in Conakry, could not afford to enroll her in a good school so the Foundation is committed to supporting her through the end of secondary school, so she can benefit from a quality education.
Mariama Diallo, 8 years old, grade 1.
Mariama could not go to school at an age when all little girls should start because she lived in a remote village in Guinea where there was no school. She arrived in the Capital, Conakry in 2019 with her mother and has since been supported by the Foundation. She’s enrolled in one of the best private schools in Conakry, so that she can make up the time she lost and benefit from a high-quality education.