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About

Pauline Moraa Pauline is a shy, bright, seven-year-old who is currently doing well in school after recovering from an unsafe family situation. Her loving grandparents sent her to Beyond Fistula due to concerns for her safety, and she has now happily adjusted to life here. The older women at Beyond Fistula are like her big sisters, and she loves her new 'family', as well as the opportunity to pursue her education.

Where your donation goes

Total $500
  • Tuition
    $450
  • Books & Uniform
    $50

Pauline's Funding history

Year Grade Receipt Status
2019 Standard 5
2018 Standard 4
2017 Standard 3
2016 Standard 2

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I am Pauline Moraa from Kenya.I take this humble opportunity to say thank you for the support you have given me in school.I promise to put more efforts in school.Thank you beyond fistula and to everyone who is helping me to stay in school.
an update on Pauline:
Pauline is now 9 yrs old and starting in 4th grade.
She is the second born and has a sister and brother. She has a mother and a step father. She loves to sing and to dance. She says her life is much better since she joined the program. She is so happy and grateful for the support that the school fund is providing her. She would like to be nurse after she completes school.
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