My Nonprofit Reviews
Review for Rwandagirls, MEDINA, WA, USA
From the time Soozi McGill and Shal Foster begin to look for land in Rwanda to build the Gashora Girls Academy of Science and Technology (GGAST), through the building of the community center and the school, to the opening, and now to the first graduation, I have witnessed a unique thoughtfulness in the way Soozi and Shal created this first secondary school for girls in the Gashora Sector of Rwanda. To see today the school filled with vibrant, eager, and excellent students from all sections of Rwanda and every socio-economic background and to see the dedication and professionalism of Head of School Peter Thorp and the teachers and staff fills my mind and heart with gratitude for all who made this possible. I have heard people from the President of Rwanda to ordinary citizens acclaim the school as one of the finest in the country. In the years ahead, more well educated young women with fine values and strong leadership qualities will emerge from the GGAST. These young women will help build a better tomorrow for this African nation. The Rwanda Girls Initiative is one of the most deserving non-profits I have had the privilege of of knowing.
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