My Nonprofit Reviews
Review for Educational Pathways International, Incline Village, NV, USA
My name is Theresa I. S. Banyeh, a second year student of the University for Development Studies in the northern region of Ghana offering Doctor of Pharmacy. The value of education is something that I understood at a very young age. My father was educated but death took him very early. My mother had a partial opportunity to attend a vocational school and is currently a cleaner at a Polytechnic. My mother made a commitment early in my life to do everything within her power to instill in me a love for formal education, learning and understanding of the importance of hard work and dedication.
Because of her love and sacrifice over the years, I have been able to devote the time and energy necessary to attain academic accomplishment even though money has always been a problem.
After my Senior High School education, I wondered how my university education was going to be funded by my mother. God being so good, I was awarded a full scholarship on Educational Pathways International (EPI) Scholarship Scheme. I remain grateful to Educational Pathways International (EPI) for the support it has given me. It makes me feel that I am not alone on the journey of accomplishing my educational goals.
EPI has actually transformed my life and that of my family’s life from grass to grace.
Because of EPI’s financial support of my university education things have changed for the better. I do not think of how to pay my fees, accommodation, books and I do not think of how and what to eat before and after lectures and the financial burden on my mother has drastically reduced.
I am highly grateful to the sponsors of Educational Pathways International (EPI), for their enormous support by transforming my life and that of my family and for helping me to realize what has been a long term dream of my life.