Dandur Tso comes from a family of 8 people. The family was in poverty and were not able to provide for their children. Dandur was accepted into the Seng Girls Vocational Training School in 2007. After six years of primary education, she was supported through a Medical school where she discovered her love of medicine. She is currently completing her internship in a hospital and will graduate in July 2019.
“In the past few years, the knowledge I have learned I can finally use it. The internship is to transform the knowledge I have learned in school into reality. I am a little excited and also a little nervous. When I graduate soon, am excited to become a useful person and help those who are sick.”
Our thanks to KONG and Rebecca & Whalen Asian Sales & Financial Analytics Team for sponsoring Dandur Tso through her medical training. You’ve changed her whole world!
Qujiangtso has never been to school but understands the value of education. She wants to give her children good education but because of her lack of education and skills, is unable to find a stable job.
"Tonight is meat buns night." The students and teachers at Seng Girls Vocational Training School haven't had steamed meat buns for a long time and everyone is just thrilled. The girls share their joyful experience from that evening meal.
Successful Job Outcomes for the Husky Energy Tailoring Skills Program
Thirty women have just graduated from the Husky Energy Tailoring Skills for Women Program and another 30 are getting ready to start later this month. Two women share short accounts of their experience and where they are now because of the program.
"When I heard that someone could help me to go back to school, I couldn't believe it at first. How could there be such a good thing in the world?" Zongkyid shares, with her eyes full of courage and vision for a better future.