Rosemary was a young woman hawking oysters on the street. She dreamed of being a fashion designer but had no way to get the training. You made her dream possible.
Rosemary’s parents are both sick and unable to work. As a ninth-grader, Rosemary began hawking fried oysters on the streets of Accra to support herself. But she had creative talent and dreams of using her talents to form a business.
Thanks to faithful supporters like you, Rosemary became a Fashion Design student at the Center for Empowerment and Enterprise Development (CEED). She had support for school fees, meals, and a hand sewing machine. Rosemary worked hard and was a brilliant student.
Today Rosemary earns a decent income making clothes for the people in her home community. Young women now look at Rosemary and see what they can become if they work hard.