Catherine, a medical school student at the University of Nairobi and second year scholar, is assiduously working to improve her community through her PATHWAYS project. The shortage of water in her home area has been a major problem in terms of food and water security and the ability to engage in income generating activities since so much time is dedicated to acquiring the necessary water for daily living. Catherine’s first goal was to secure a large water tank for her community group (see photo of water tank and community member). Now that water is more secure, other community projects can proceed. These include farming, poultry rearing, and making beaded purses. Catherine is a leader and making a difference in her community.
2019 Leadership Program Application
PATHWAYS Leadership for Progress is now accepting applications from highly qualified undergraduate students. Deadline is July 30th, 2019
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Georgia Gwinnett College Scholarship
$1000 Scholarship for students who have experienced foster care/homelessness. GET DETAILS HERE
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