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Mwende is a very brilliant girl who has the ambition of becoming a neurosurgeon in future. She is the third born child in a family of four. Her parents are unemployed and cannot afford to pay her school fees. During her primary level, Mwende was constantly sent home for lack of school levies. Despite the many challenges, she emerged among the top in her class. For Mwende education is the only door to a bright future.

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2019 Form 1

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Hello,
I'm very excited to be home for the April vacation.My first term at high school was very nice due to your support.I have been working hard to achieve my best.Came next term I will work harder more than this term.

I wish all,blessed and happy life.
Greetings, I am glad to thank all of you for your great support you have given unto me. If it was not for your support, I could have not joined form one at Mumbuni Girls. I didn’t face any challenge since I found the school welcoming. I will work hard to achieve my goal of becoming a Neurosurgeon. I will work hard to help my parents and the community and also help the needy children to proceed with their education.

We have come for a short break of one week and I will not relax. I will keep myself busy studying.

I will work hard to achieve my career.
Thank you very much.
Mwende peter.

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