Uniting Distant Stars Co-Founder & Director in Liberia, Kelvin Fomba, was nominated by Branko Saah Tambah, long-time supporter, with the Dr. Ronald Kozachuk, “Male Civility Award” by International Every Girl Wins Day.
On March 13, 2022, International Every Girls Wins hosts the award ceremony virtually live from their Facebook Group. Please watch the ceremony from 10 AM to noon CST (GMT-6).
Below is the letter that Kelvin received about this award. Congrats, Kelvin, on a most deserved honor!
You can be proud on how your support changed Uniting Distant Stars alumni, Sourey Prosper Kamara Jr., life. He received his Electrician Diploma in August 2020. Now he shares how your generosity helped him reach to a higher level.
I’m one of the beneficiaries of UDS. After the completion of my study at the UDS in the department of Electricity. I wrote the India government national exam and successfully passed. The India government gives me scholarship to study in India. I’m currently pursuing my B. Tech. In Electrical Engineering in India. Thank so much to the family of UDS for preparing me for the outside world. I’m grateful!
Sourey shared the photos below of him. Thank you so much for helping another Liberian Youth to reach for the stars and catch one!
Uniting Distant Stars continues to refresh and improve our training center. Our co-founder & director, Kelvin Fomba, recruited some help from one your recent electrician graduates, Nuch Johnson, to help paint the logo on our fence.
Furthermore, we are always grateful when your graduates like, Nuch Johnson, stay on to help move Uniting Distant Stars forward.
Now that they finished the logo one the fence, we hope you will stop by and learn more about your programs. Thank you!