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November 14, 2007
A free e-zine bringing you inspirational articles, great tips on studying abroad as well as jobs and scholarships alerts.

November 12 2007, ISSUE #056.


This newsletter answers what most of my readers have been asking for: scholarships for continuing students in African universities and colleges as well as vocational training scholarships.

Other widely requested scholarships/grants covered in the current newsletter include: travel grants, conference funding, financial assistance for women & women refugees as well as funding for organizations and NGO’s. The list will grow to hundreds of grants in the coming months, please look out for that.

There are also scholarships for primary and secondary school pupils. These can be used to buy books, school uniform, shoes etc.

Click here to read the newsletter.

, I really appreciate and value your emails because they continually inform me of the kind of funding you are looking for. Please help students in African schools/colleges/ universities and other developing countries complete their education by alerting them to this website and newsletter.

This week’s thought - Life

To find what you seek in the road of life, the best proverb of all is that which says: "Leave no stone unturned."

- Edward Bulwer Lytton

Best wishes,

Joe Ngugi.

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