Abigael is a student from Kenya. She needs $500 by January 1, 2018 to stay in school and is currently 10% toward her goal.

Raised $50 from 1 donor Needs $450


Abigael Mwelu is the second born child in a family of seven children. Her father deserted the family and went to live in Mombasa leaving the burden of caring and educating the children to their mother who does casual jobs like washing people clothes and digging to fend for the family. Her elder sister managed to complete high school through the support of well-wishers but she could not proceed to college and got married. Abigael has had to repeat several classes due to lack of payment for school dues but all along she has been among the top performing students. Despite her humble background Abigael is hardworking and has never given up in all these circumstances. She did her primary education examination at Sofia Primary School and managed to score 331 marks. She has been admitted to join form one at Kilembwa secondary school. Abigael believes that education is the only way to get out of the poverty cycle. She is determined to have a successful life in future that will allow her to help her family and also other needy children to achieve their goals.

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Abigael's Funding history

Year Grade Receipt Status
2018 Form 4
2017 Form 3
2016 Form 2
2015 Form 1


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Hi Kathleen Mwende,
How are you together with your family?I hope you are going on well with your family.I wound like to inform you that we have closed our school for December Holiday.The term was successful and i have been working hard all through.At this time we have closed our school,i wound be still revising while at home and even helping my parents.Finally i thank you very much for your support.May god bless you and grant you so much.
Hi,Kathleen Mwende
I hope you are going on well your family.I am over with my holiday and we are resuming to school on Tuesday next week.The holiday was so helpful to us.We had tuition which has helped us more.I hope i will make a remarkable improvement in my studies.As we begin the term i hope to do better.Thank you very much for your
support.Greet your family.
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