Izdino Ramos is a student from Mozambique. He needs $555 by November 20, 2017 to stay in school and is currently 0% toward his goal.

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About

Izdino lives with his mother and three sisters. He was told that his father died when he was still a little boy. He is calm and humble and likes to play with his friends and sisters. He remembers that when he was little and they were playing out, a car came with strangers whom took them into the car to the market. When the mothers found out, they run to see who took their kids and on their arrival, the strangers escaped. Since he is very careful. For the sustainability of the family, his mother goes to the bush to cut reed and then sells it. Izdino's family lives in very difficult condition. He would like to be able to have regularly meals and to help his family and other people, reason why he would like to become a doctor.

Where your donation goes

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

Izdino Ramos's Funding history

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

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To dear Laurie,

I thank for the strength you have given me, it really is something very amazing. I feel more motivated and willing to fight for my dreams, which is to be a medical doctor and to help people in my country, from children to adults and seniors who are experiencing extreme health problems. Especially in my province, where poverty index is high and the population is vulnerable to various diseases; and where the distance to health centers in rural areas is far and oftern left without medical assistance.
I wish a Happy, Successful 2016 for you !!
Thanks from the heart
Izildo
How is your school year going? I have two sons, and one just graduated from college this year ... the other graduated 5 years ago. I am so happy that you are in school and would love to hear any news you want to share with me. Happy holidays! Laurie
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