Malawi Scholarship Appreciation

December 15, 2022

Bev and I felt so happy to receive this letter of appreciation from one of our Malawi scholarship students.  We first knew Patience Eliya as a little girl in the early 2000;s and it's with great satisfaction that we see her grow up and graduate from University in the challenges of COVID.  We thank all of our LifeNets supporters who support the LIfeNets Developing Nations Scholarship Fund.


Letter of Appreciation

December 8, 2022

I would like to express my deepest gratitude for the support you rendered during my undergraduate studies. I started my undergraduate journey on the 31st of October 2017 at Lilongwe University of Agriculture and Natural Resources. 

During the first two years of school I had no personal computer and it affected my studies. I had to borrow whenever I had assignments and I relied on handouts but the information was never enough. During my third year you helped me with a personal computer and it really helped me and had a big impact on my academic performance.

The COVID 19 pandemic slowed down things as the institution closed for months in 2020. So, instead of completing my studies in 2021, we completed them in June 2022. On the 18th of November I graduated with a credit in Bachelor of science in Human Science and Community Services.

You have supported me throughout my Education and for that I am extremely grateful. May God continue Blessing you.

Yours truly,

Patience Eliya

Patience with her parents Howard and Ruth

Patience Eliya