Where is she now? Children in the Wilderness student Delphine Ndlovu shines through school

Delphine was a camper with Children in the Wilderness (CITW) Zimbabwe in 2009. Her Super Camper Qualities at camp stated: Delphine is a quiet, conscientious young lady. She is kind and helpful at all times and is popular amongst her peers.

Delphine completed her primary schooling at Ngamo Primary School and started her secondary schooling at the newly built Ngamo Secondary School. Here, she excelled and achieved above average marks, and was recommended as a good candidate for a scholarship by the headmaster.

On receiving a scholarship, Delphine moved to St James Secondary where she was a boarder. She worked hard and consistently achieved good results, passing her O levels well. Delphine is doing her A levels at St James High School where she is studying Business Studies, Economics and Accounting.

While waiting for her A level results she will work on getting her driver’s license and taking a computer course. Delphine hopes to get into University next year to pursue a degree in Accountancy. Good luck, Delphine – we know you will achieve your dreams!

Read more of our heartwarming Where are they now? stories here.

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