Neama Alamri and other 15 students came together to form Students Making a Difference in their high school. Though the girls came from different grades, different social circles, and had different interests, they united over a common goal: supporting people around the world who are in need.
This year, members committed to raising awareness about the challenges that women survivors of war are facing, especially in the Democratic Republic of Congo. Their efforts promoted empowerment of these women by supporting Women for Women International’s programs.
Students Making a Difference is proof that a group of dedicated individuals can make a great impact both in their community and in the lives of women from all over the world. Neama and her classmates are truly an inspiration. Keep up the great work!