Bercia Tomas is a student from Mozambique. She needs $555 by November 20, 2017 to stay in school and is currently 0% toward her goal.

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About

Bercia lives with her mother. As a little child, she liked to play with the ball and different local games together with her cousins. She loved to listen to the stories her parents told her, especially the one about her grandparents, the life they lived and how Grandpa lost his life in war. Recently her grandmother passed away. She was her best friend and she misses her a lot. Bercia is an intelligent girl and would like to be deputy at the parliament to defend the children of her country. She is asthmatic since she was a little girl. Her father is living in Maputo, the capital, to get treatments, as he has severe tuberculosis. Life is ruff, and the family struggles to get regular meals. She misses him and her siblings, as they are living in different families due poverty they are living in.

Where your donation goes

Total $555
  • Tuition
    $179
  • Food
    $235
  • Transportation
    $141

Bercia Tomas's Funding history

Year Grade Receipt Status
2018 Grade 12
2017 Grade 11
2016 Grade 10
2015 Grade 9

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hi my dear!
i happy to peruse in your journal to day.how are you?i ask for friendship ?which class are you?i am Diana from Tanzania , i am 16 years old..as well as i study Ganako sec school.....i hope one day to meet with Mozambique peoples and to share an idea to gather......
i hope to hear from you!!!
Hello Heather.

Thank you. In which city do you live in Canada? My preferred subject is mathematics. In my free time I love to play with my friends and to jump rope. I do work hard for school as well.

Keep well, Bercia
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