Pakistan 2018 Part 3

“During my second trip we were able to buy much needed supplies for the children due to having your support! Thank you so much : )”

“They interviewed Sister Zeph and I as well as took footage of the girls in the skills center, the children coming into the school, me teaching self defense and more”

“Sister Zeph and I visited the Sunday school that was on campus of the church. We also went to a church service and spent time with the children and talked with the teachers there”

“These adorable young girls gave a welcome show for me and Sister Zeph. I loved watching them because of how cute they are”

“After the service was over I talked with the people there, gave many hugs and said prayers with them. The pastor also has a small school that I visited after church service”

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“I did a video with the women at the center honoring the Global Sisterhood and all their efforts to help women globally”

“In April (2018), just 1 month after coming back I attended the Global Sisterhood Annual Gala in Pittsburgh and won the Global Sisterhood award for all the work I have done with Sister Zeph in Pakistan. I also gave a speech about the school and how a little bit goes a long way in regards to helping people”

“I wanted to add this picture of me and this orphaned boy at the end. His mother left him because the home was too abusive for her. I wished with all my heart to adopt him but knew that I couldn’t so I tried to comfort him. I wanted to leave off with this because I don’t want people to forget about those that are voiceless and vulnerable. It is because of little children like him (and his mother) that we have to keep doing what we are doing and supporting grassroots leaders like Sister Zeph that are working as hard as they can in their countries to bring about positive change with little to no support. We all pray for world peace but are we really helping those that are helping others? Are we offering support where it is needed most? The wounds of this world and tragedies are staring us right in the eyes. You don’t need to look far to see tragedy because it is woven into the fabric of human history. Let us not forget the innocent and voiceless. This little boy and his generation will someday be the future on this planet and we can do better than this.”

Thank you for taking the time to read and see my story and journey so far. Because of the work that I have been doing with Sister Zeph I have started my own US based 501c3 called “Support Education Worldwide” in order to help provide her with more support and also to help more grassroots educational leaders in countries and communities where women and girls have historically been denied access to education.