Davis is a student from Kenya. He needs $500 to stay in school and is currently 50% toward his goal.

Raised $250 from 1 donor Needs $250

About

Davis lives with his 8 siblings and unemployed parents. He enjoys math and science and wants to become doctor someday.

Where your donation goes

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

Davis's Funding history

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

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I am Davis, 14 years of age, Form One at Highway Academy High School where I secured a chance after scoring 375 marks in my Kenya Certificate of Primary Education Examinations.

When I joined Highway I thought I would be the one tailing in every other test, however, with the aid of perfect teachers and abundance of resource I am among the best students in my class. My favorite subjects are Mathematics, Physics, Chemistry and Biology which will be of great help in my dream of being an architect.

I thank Highway Academy and Wema Children’s Centre for giving me such a conducive environment to pursue my goal and make me a tremendous person in future. May God bless the work of your hands.
hello Davis
i hope you are fine.first i want to introduce my self.my name is yusuph ally in Iringa Tanzania and i am from klerruu secondary school.my hobbies is reading story books and playing football.what about your hobbies.
please write back to me.
your faithful.
hello, Davis
My name is Samwel Maganga ,I am a student from Tanzania at Klerruu secondary school in Iringa region .Me after came back to school I have some jobs that I have done for example ,completing my home works ,washing clothes and utensils ,cooking and cleaning house .Pleas tell me more about you .
I am in Class Six. I study science, math, English , sst/c.r.e , Kiswahili. I like reading storybooks and playing football and volleyball. In the future I would like to be an engineer when I complete my studies. I am working hard in class to achieve my goal. I like reading storybooks such as The Orphan and His Goat Friend. Thank you.

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