Rory & Pam Frink :: How Are Kids Assisted as They Transition Out of Otino Waa?

  • “Right now we have a scholarship program,” answers Rory Frink, In-Country Director for Otino Waa Children’s Village. In 2013, 13 out of 14 graduates in the high school program graduated on a scholarship, which also covers living expenses. Other aid is offered post-graduation. “For two years, whether they choose nursing school or go on to A-level, we help them through that process.”

    How Are Kids Assisted as They Transition Out of Otino Waa?

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