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  • Two young girls touched the hearts of netizens and a shoe company after a video of them walking to school in the rain was shared
  • The little girls were determined to get to school despite the adverse weather conditions for their love of education
  • A Ugandan shoe company has asked the public to help identify students to help and sponsor them

The gift of education is not accessible to all, and those who can, despite the challenges, should make the most of it.

Shoe company looking for two little girls walking to school in the rain. Photo: Bravo Shoes Community Support.
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Two children expressed that no matter the circumstances, their love for school would not be affected.

The young girls were filmed on their way to school, battered by heavy morning rain.

“Love of education! They endured the rain and harsh conditions of the day to get to their school, which seemed far away,” part of the Bravo Shoes Community Support caption Lily.

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Looking for dedicated little girls

The shoe company, located in Kampala, Ugandais a non-governmental organization that focuses on the needs of children.

The organization, which aims to improve the lives of vulnerable children, has appealed to the public to help find the two girls and help them.

“Help us share this so we can find them. We will find them a better school so their dream and love for education will not be extinguished,” they said.

Walk in the rain, the mud

The two children walked in the rain in their school uniforms with no jackets to keep them warm.

One walked barefoot wearing her pair of shoes, while the other followed close behind.

They walked down the footpath like cautious children walking away from the car-dominated main road.

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Their school uniforms were soaked with rain, but they persevered until a citizen who had been hiding from the rain called them out.

Internet users react to moving video

The video has touched many netizens who expressed their reactions in the comments section.

Bamuda Becky:

“I saw them, and my prayer was that someone with the ability should locate them.

Thank you very much, well done. Hope you get them soon.”

Eric Mulon:

“According to the sign, this school is in the Namutumba neighborhood, a few meters from the main town. They should be in that jurisdiction, I guess.”

Lusanda Lusa Thandwa Adonis:

“I pray you find them.”

Back to school

Closer to home and earlier in the year, there was chaos and anxiety as parents and students rushed to occupy the first places.

On Tuesday, May 3, 2022, KCPE applicants presented themselves to their respective secondary schools for admission after securing places.

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Along with the tuition headache, parents and guardians faced tough times with admissions officials who were strict about the pre-admission materials required for their children.

Schools also faced the challenge of executing 100% sanctioned admission by the Ministry of Education.

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Source: TUKO.co.ke



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