As a young girl, Gloria Gatsinzi experienced what she says was ‘a calling’ to help vulnerable children. She used to save money to buy scholastic materials to give to the children in her neighbourhood. “When you have a vision and the passion, it does not leave your head. I used to tell myself that I would help needy children go back to school when I grow up and become rich. While in secondary school, when my parents would shop for me, I would take half of my stuff and give it to the vulnerable children that I knew of,” she recalls. During her senior six vacation, she got a job and used her humble salary to continue providing scholastic materials for the children. Unfortunately, she could not keep up with the demands of studying and working at the same time, so she quit her job. Now 23 years old and pursuing a Bachelor’s degree in Finance at Kigali Independent University (ULK), she is the founder of Gloria Foundation, an organisation that aims at providing vulnerable children with the tools required to go back to school. The organisation takes care of 35 children. “I thought of postponing the initiative till I… Read full this story
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