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About

Unlike many other Wema students, Denis has both parents. Unfortunately, neither has the income to feed or educate his 8 siblings and him. Dennis is a bright boy, and with assistance he can be a great help to his family. He wants to become a surgeon someday

Where your donation goes

Total $500
  • Boarding Fees
    $200
  • Tuition
    $200
  • School Supplies
    $50
  • Food
    $50

Dennis's Funding history

Year Grade Receipt Status
2018 Form 4
2017 Form 3
2016 Form 2
2015 Form 1
2014 Class 8

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My name is Dennis Wanjala one of the Form Four students of Highway Academy. I would first like to thank the Almighty God and the WEMA Community for the support you have granted me thus far.

Since I joined Form One in the year Twenty Fifteen, I have witnessed many positive changes in my education. Coming from a Government Owned Primary School that had few or no books and very few teachers serving many students, Highway was a game changer in my educational journey. I have access to enough books in the school library and more material in the school Computer Lab in which I have acquired many skills including; typing and printing.

I read storybooks in the library to build on my command of the English language and I hope that one day I will stunt people with how I speak English.

Growing up, I would like to be a University Lecturer. It’s all tanks to you since I would never have reached this point without you.
HELLO DENIS
I hope your doing fine
Am from Tanzania
Can i know more about you friend?and how is your study going
Wish you a good weekend.
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