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Raised $600 from 5 donors Needs $0

About

Father and mother died, and he stays with his grandfather. He has one sister and one brother

Where your donation goes

Total $600
  • Food
    $50
  • School Supplies
    $50
  • Boarding Fees
    $200
  • Tuition
    $300

Ambrose's Funding history

Year Grade Receipt Status
2022 Form 3
2021 Form 2
2020 Form 2
2019 Form 1
2018 Class 8
2017 Class 7
2016 Class 6
2015 Class 5

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Thank you Wema community and The School Fund for giving me this chance to acquire my education in this school. The covid pandemic affected me so much but now I have learned to cope up. While at home I did not get good study time but now am doing well in my exams. Life in this school is good and I also thank the organisation for providing me with essential school facilities. I am looking forward to pass my exams and pursue my goal.
I study math, science, c.r.e and English. I like reading storybooks like Moses in Trouble and Buka Helps the Police. I am in Class Five. I want to be a pilot. In class I am working hard and am as busy as a bee. When I grow up I want to help my grandparents when they are old.
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    It was difficult when I joined form one. The problem was how to communicate using the English language, it was difficult to me, but now I have learnt this language and it is helping me to answer questions from exams. The moment I felt proud of myself was when I passed standard seven national examinations. My happiest time is when it is my birthday. My dream is to be electrical engineer. I will have to study hard science subjects like Physics, Mathematics and Chemistry. After reaching my dream, I will make sure that my family has access to electricity. I will help my community as an engineer and I will use part of my salary to support WEF students. If I could change my country, I would supply everybody with electricity.

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    Joshua

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    The most difficulty I have experienced in my life is the poor economic status of our family. I sometimes participated in the work at home instead of going to school, due lack of enough for school needs such books, uniforms and exercise books. My dream is to be an engineer. I will reach there through studying hard and I will work hard in some practical activities in order to have enough skills and knowledge. I felt especially proud of myself when I joined Endarofta secondary school. I was very happy because I knew that as a member of WEF I will be able to study well since my needs will be covered. The happiest moment in my life was when I was selected to join secondary education. I was proud because there are a lot of students who miss the chance.

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    It was hard sometimes when I was sent back home, lacking funds for the school requirement. I missed some classes and I lost concentration on my studies. Although these are challenges, I make all my efforts to pass. The happiest moments in my life are when I am progressing well and pass all my examinations. My success in my examination inspires my parents love me. Four years from now I hope to be at form five proceeding with my higher education.

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