Eleanor Massah Abdulai

Eleanor Massah Abdulai

My name is Eleanor Massah Abdulai, born on November,28,1988. I am an amputee, I got my amputation during the eleven years rebel war in my country by stepping on a landmines when I was at age 10. I attended the Holy Rosary Primary School in Kenema, there I attained my National Primary School Examination (NPSE) and further at the Holy Rosary Secondary School where I sat to my Basic Education Certificate Examination (BECE) and then continued at the Our Lady of Guadalupe Secondary where I attained my higher Secondary School Examination (WASSCE)

My ambition in life is to help persons with disabilities(especially disabled women and children) by setting up a charitable organization,and I hope to make very good use of the computer skills that I will gain through this course.

After this computer training,I hope to gain a solid computer skills which will help me fulfill my ambition and also to be able to develop my own self website, which I have been longing to be able to do (website development).

Finally, I am happy to be among the few lucky women who was fortunate to get the opportunity to go through this course, which I am happy for, because it will empower me to be able to be self reliance, by creating my own charitable organization. i want to set up my own organization to help and empower the less privileged disabled persons. I also want to say a big thank you to the British High Commission alongside the Dorothy Springer Trust for such a privilege,which will enable me achieve my goals or make my dream become reality.