This news article about Cheryl Ferreira demonstrates her impressive dedication to support AMI Training Centers.
Here is a bit to get you started…
In the good old days, there were examiners coming from all over the world to test our girls studying for a Montessori diploma.
Then things began to sour. Violence and crime drove away the Westerners. The Sri Lankans continued to visit. Eventually, they also stopped coming.
Ultimately, it was left to Cheryl Ferreira to keep the Montessori tradition alive in Pakistan. For five years she had been visiting Pakistan without fail for a week in May to test the candidates, help compile the results, attend the diploma ceremony and return to London to resume her work at the Maria Montessori Institute.
having established that others are unwilling to visit Karachi for the exams, the article tells of specific events that challenged Cheryl’s commitment.