I can stand in public and talk……Aisha Ibrahim



14-year old Aisha grew up in Nima. She was raised single-handedly by her grandmother, Bere (she calls her).

Bere is very pleased that Aisha has now become an Achiever and can pursue her dreams of becoming a journalist. Even as a child, Aisha would sit in front of the TV to listen to the news being read. She developed a passion for reading and can’t wait to go to the University in the next 5-6 years to learn about broadcast journalism.

Aisha heard about the Achievers through friends in the community. So one day, she says, I took a trip to the roof of the mosque to see for myself. That day we learned about patience, and since then I continue to learn something new and valuable each day.

Aisha has improved in all aspects of her education. She admits that being an Achiever keeps her positively busy. I can stand in public and talk, she says,  as if she still can’t believe it.. At first I would be shivering, almost in tears…

But the best part of her story is that she gets to stay in school. She admits that Bere would not have been able to continue paying her fees and textbooks…… Bere hasn’t been well in the last few years. I really hope Achievers Ghana can continue to support me all the way up to the University.

Aisha is only 1 of over 200 girls from Nima being sponsored in school by Achievers Ghana.

Do you want to help keep girls like Aisha in school this upcoming school year and onwards. Join the 2015 Ramadan Fundraiser by reaching out to mail@achieversghana.org or +233 (0)243458138. They deserve it!



Published by Achievers (Ghana)

Achievers (Ghana) has a simple mission: Quality Education for all Girls in slums in Ghana

One thought on “I can stand in public and talk……Aisha Ibrahim

  1. Hello Achievers Ghana.
    Please, I would like to know more about Achievers Ghana. Who qualifies to be part of Achievers Ghana? What are the terms and conditions involved? How can I be part?

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