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Dainesi is an energetic student born in 1994 who wants to become an accountant. All of Dainesi's two sisters and two brothers also go to school; the family strongly values education, seeing it as a way to escape poverty and key to life. Dainesi plays netball and football for fun and walks 30 minutes to get to school, a journey she believes is completely worth making.

Where your donation goes

Total $113
  • School Payment
    $16
  • School Supplies
    $29
  • Food
    $32
  • Exams
    $36

Daines's Funding history

Year Grade Receipt Status
2011 Form 4
2010 Form 3

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hellow my friends,how are you?
Hi,my friends how are you? Its long time since i wrote to you message,am sorry for that.But now am back and i fill happy for that,because am healthlly well and am going on with my daily activities.here in TANZANIA it is so cold and it rains.How about you?.NICE TIME AND ENJOY A DAY!!!!!!!
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