Where is he now? Webster Ndlovu – CITW camper to Applied Biology and Biochemistry university student

A warm, calm, gentle and composed student who is diligent and industrious, Webster Ndlovu (Zimbabwe) is enthusiastic and proficient, and has a meticulous interest in school work. He has independent, balanced and discreet judgement.  He has a positive attitude towards his studies. Webster has a strong sense of responsibility and strives hard to do his best. He gets on well with his peers.

Webster attended the Annual CITW camp in Grade 7 in 2009. Comments noted for his Super Camper Badge were: Webster is a very bright and humble young man. He has joined in all the activities and is a good team player.

Webster has just written his A Level exams and attained a perfect 15 points score.  He has been accepted into the National University of Science and Technology to study Applied Biology and Biochemistry. Children in the Wilderness are extremely proud of his achievements thus far. Webster was one of the children on our Scholarship Programme, and is a shining example of how the CITW programme can positively impact children’s lives.

Here’s what Webster has to say about his experience with Children in the Wilderness: “CITW has helped me so much as far as my career, ambitions and future are concerned. It has not only provided for my school fees but the interest and care from the sponsorship programme has assisted me into realising my abilities and most importantly how to utilise them and succeed”

I know that as a child from a less privileged background, who was lucky enough to be assisted, I will plough back into our community as much as I can so that together we can change it to a better and well managed community.”

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