Scopas Kenyi Henry is completing his final semester for a Diploma in Logistics and Procurement at Nile Institute of Management in Kampala. During lockdown, when schools were closed, he worked in the clinic in Mjale, checking and recording medicine supplies and purchasing medicine. His phone was stolen in December and CRESS found funds to replace it for him, here is his letter of application.
I am expressing my gratitude and greetings to you, CRESS family and friends in the Mighty name of our Lord Jesus Christ.
I thank God for giving me a caring person like you who sacrifices her time to CRESS and effort throughout my education and even beyond. Therefore I do not know how much to appreciate CRESS for the continuous surprises upon my life in order to achieve my goal. CRESS was able to replace my lost phone that landed on the hands of thieves in December 2020 of which it affected me negatively, most especially in accessing to online resources and getting connected to our WhatsApp group for the college students saving account.
My special thanks also go to Murye Scopas Edward for having been very close to me and giving me information on the WhatsApp group through phone call. Now I will be able to continue with my online studies for the unfinished courses as I also keep on refreshing my knowledge in line to my field of studies. However, beside that, it also helps me in facilitating my office work here in Mijale clinic to the DOL office Arua through email and phone calls. I thank the logistics officer DOL for his transitional effort in making sure that I received the phone by 18th March 2021.
May the good Lord rain his blessings over CRESS, goals, mission, opportunities, healthy and kind love for the South Sudanese, Amen.
Scopas Kenyi Henry