Wells Mountain Initiative works to create social change through education and community building by providing bright young people in the developing world with student scholarships, skills training, and start-up funding, building a network of grassroots leaders who are catalyzing community transformation.

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Join WMI's Igniting Change campaign to support women's access to tertiary education today!

www.wellsmountaininitiative.org/donate-igniting-change/
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We are excited to launch our “Igniting Change: Women’s Education Fund” Campaign to raise $75,000 by May 31st that will fund the education of 30 talented and driven young women.
This Mother’s Day, honor a special woman in your life with a donation to WMI in her name.
http://www.wellsmountaininitiative.org/donate-igniting-change/
Your gift will help send a young woman to college and provide her ongoing access to WMI’s programmatic opportunities. We work with scholars over time to ensure they have the tools, networks, funding and support to complete their education and lead sustainable change in their communities. Donate today to make a difference in the lives of young women!

We are excited to launch our “Igniting Change: Women’s Education Fund” Campaign to raise $75,000 by May 31st that will fund the education of 30 talented and driven young women.
This Mother’s Day, honor a special woman in your life with a donation to WMI in her name.
www.wellsmountaininitiative.org/donate-igniting-change/
Your gift will help send a young woman to college and provide her ongoing access to WMI’s programmatic opportunities. We work with scholars over time to ensure they have the tools, networks, funding and support to complete their education and lead sustainable change in their communities. Donate today to make a difference in the lives of young women!
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Special thanks to WELLS MOUNTAIN INITIATIVE for the opportunity

May God open the doors mightly in the name of Jesus

While getting her degree in Medicine in Ghana, Cindy Ateng volunteers at a clinic to care for patients and translate for health workers who do not speak her local dialect. With 50 indigenous languages in Ghana, and only 11 taught in schools it’s imperative to have local healthcare workers who can ensure the quality of care for their patients. #ignitingchange #womenseducationfund #superwomanwednesday #girleducation #girlchild #education #womenempowerment #thegirlchild #girlsmatter #girlpower #girlseducation

While getting her degree in Medicine in Ghana, Cindy Ateng volunteers at a clinic to care for patients and translate for health workers who do not speak her local dialect. With 50 indigenous languages in Ghana, and only 11 taught in schools it’s imperative to have local healthcare workers who can ensure the quality of care for their patients. #ignitingchange #womenseducationfund #superwomanwednesday #girleducation #girlchild #education #womenempowerment #thegirlchild #girlsmatter #girlpower #girlseducation ... See MoreSee Less

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Great job! Hope to join the likes of Cindy here in Ghana once my application is successful this year. WMI, keep it up!!

Keep it up with the good work

Good job

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Happy Earth Day! We would like to recognize and give our thanks to all of the WMI Scholars who are engaged in intersectional environmentalism across sectors and around the globe.

Happy Earth Day! We would like to recognize and give our thanks to all of the WMI Scholars who are engaged in intersectional environmentalism across sectors and around the globe. ... See MoreSee Less

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This is beautiful! Our society needs more of this.

Love this

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You may remember that a year ago, in response to the urgent need for COVID-19 healthcare information and services, WMI launched an emergency COVID-19 response grant opportunity.  With the emergency grants scholars worked to launch 83 WMI-supported healthcare projects in 18 countries, reaching over 90,000 individuals.

You may remember that a year ago, in response to the urgent need for COVID-19 healthcare information and services, WMI launched an emergency COVID-19 response grant opportunity. With the emergency grants scholars worked to launch 83 WMI-supported healthcare projects in 18 countries, reaching over 90,000 individuals. ... See MoreSee Less

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I hope my application go through so I can join this big family

Kudos to WMI

I am interested please

WMI Scholars, including those still in school, collectively serve 76,700 people per year through paid or volunteer roles.

WMI Scholars, including those still in school, collectively serve 76,700 people per year through paid or volunteer roles. ... See MoreSee Less

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Amazing! Thanks to WMI for given them the opportunity to serve humanity.

I am interested please

Wow.🥰 Hope to join this big family

Don't be deceived they'll eat yo small money for nothing

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