Suzana’s Story – Tanzania Girlstown

by | Aug 24, 2022

Suzana’s Story – Tanzania Girlstown

“It is not my fault that I was born poor, but it will be my fault if I die poor. So I always study hard to make my family happy.” Suzana wants to be a doctor and finds hope to pursue that dream with the Sisters of Mary. Breaking the cycle of poverty through education, she hopes to help her family have a better future.

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