World Vision sponsored, Blessings Jamuten, who hails from a deprived family in Khokholiwa Village, Mulanje is now all smiles after finishing his degree in Physiotherapy at College of Medicine.
On Wednesday, the non-governmental organisation threw a party in celebration for the beneficiary’s success, an event which was spiced up by its Ambassador for the It Takes Malawi to End Child Marriage campaign, Faith Mussa.
This has been indicate on World Vision Facebook page: “yesterday, we celebrated the story of Blessings Jamuten whose life has been transformed by the work of World Vision in Malawi. From a barefoot kid in Khokholiwa village, Mulanje, to the corridors of College of Medicine in Blantyre, he will be graduating with a degree in Physiotherapy next week, Wednesday at the celebrated Great Hall in Zomba.
“Our Ambassador for the It Takes Malawi to End Child Marriage campaign, Faith Mussa came to celebrate with us, and encouraged World Vision staff to keep doing their good work, being hands and feet for the Lord.”
Blessings is among thousands of children that have and are benefitting through World Vision’s initiatives in Malawi over the past 35 years.