Several of the secondary school students that American families sponsor are AIDS orphans. Education, especially for them, provides hope for the future. One of them, Eunice Munanye, did not test high enough to be accepted in an academic oriented secondary school. Her fees were paid to attend the Tulia Vocational Institute where she learned to sew. When she graduated three ladies provided the funds to purchase her a new sewing machine. When she was given the sewing machine during a mission trip to Kenya she was so excited that she couldn’t stand still. It was obvious that she know how to operate the machine. Education and a $150 sewing machine will allow Eunice to earn an income for a lifetime.
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