Hussein Said Abdhallah is a second year PATHWAYS scholar majoring in actuarial sciences. His PATHWAYS project is to alleviate poverty in his village of Mitedi by donating goats to village members. The plan is to have the villagers donate back some of the offspring of their goats so that others in need can also benefit. The project is being carried out by the Nguuni Youth Group. The villagers welcomed the project citing that it is indeed beneficial to them, and vowed to be responsible and committed custodians of the animals.
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Rep. John Lewis Supports PATHWAYS
I want to express my support for PATHWAYS. Our district, nation and world need more programs like it." -- John Lewis, Civil Rights Leader and U.S. Congressman