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About

Mariela lives in the south of Quito with her aunt. She has one brother, but no parents or grandparents. From this September, she will begin to study mechanics at school and she is really looking forward to this as in the future she would like to earn her living as a car mechanic. At the weekend, she likes to spend time with her cousin. She is also learning the guitar, and practices as regularly as she can at home.

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Total $400
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    $400

Mariela's Funding history

Year Grade Receipt Status
2017 Term 6
2016 Term 5
2015 Term 4

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I graduated from high school last summer, and have spent this year doing extra courses to improve my grades. This month I started a two year course in beauty therapy, which I love. One day, I hope to have my own business.
Hi Mariela, Good luck with your studies! Hugs, Elizabeth
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