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The Kalahari Project

Since the project began, a growing number of students from the Moshaweng Valley have passed their matriculation exams to gain entrance to South African universities. Poverty, nevertheless, remains a serious obstacle. Tswana families are unable to pay for education beyond secondary school. With new found support of additional organizations, however, scholarships are steadily being made available to growing numbers of students.

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Since the project began, a growing number of students from the Moshaweng Valley have passed their matriculation exams to gain entrance to South African universities. Poverty, nevertheless, remains a serious obstacle. Tswana families are unable to pay for education beyond secondary school. With new found support of additional organizations, however, scholarships are steadily being made available to growing numbers of students.