Willow

Woohoo! Willow has funded education for 5 students in 2 countries.

  • Nthenya

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    Nthenya

    Kenya

    Nthenya is the firstborn child in a family of four. Her parents rely on odd jobs to cater for the family needs. ĘDespite many challenges, Nthenya emerged victorious in her exams. She aspires to be a doctor in future to treat the less privileged in the society especially children. She believes that one rises by uplifting others.

    School Year 2019

  • Sakshi

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    Sakshi

    India

    Sakshi has dreamed from age 9 of being a police officer after learning about India’s first female policewoman. Despite her parents support, she was unable to continue her education in the village due to financial constraints and her parents made the decision to send her to a government residential school for girls. Joining the school in class 6th, she topped her class. She has never looked back since. Performing well in academics, she also participates in every single school function doing street plays, dances, speeches, and has won multiple awards for her performances, going as far as being appreciated by the District Magistrate who is the highest ranking administrative officer in a district. She is also passionate about girls’ education and organizes events to stop gender discrimination.

    School Year 2017

  • Farhiya

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    Farhiya

    Kenya

    Farhiya's father is disabled and the mom takes care of her five siblings. Farhiya enjoys the debate club at school it helps her to improve on her vocabulary.

    School Year 2017

  • Favour

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    Favour

    Kenya

    She has two sets of grandparents who she stays with. The family is very poor. She also has four sisters.

    School Year 2016

  • Leah

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    Leah

    Kenya

    School Year 2015