Pauline is fully funded for 2022, but she is raising funds for the current funding year.

Pauline is a student from Kenya. She needs $1090 by January 1, 2023 to stay in school and is currently 40% toward her goal.

Raised $440 from 3 donors Needs $650

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 $1090
  • Books
    $100
  • Boarding Fees
    $200
  • Tuition
    $790

Pauline's Funding history

Year Grade Receipt Status
2023 Form 1
2022 Standard 7
2021 Standard 6
2020 Standard 6
2019 Standard 5
2018 Standard 4
2017 Standard 3
2016 Standard 2

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Hello I am Pauline! I want to write to say thank you for giving to help me with my education. I did standard 6 twice because of the virus and I worried about continuing my education. But now I have finished standard 7 and this year I will be starting 8! I am so so grateful to you for your help. Thank you!
Hello from Pauline! I am in standard 6 in school. I am doing standard 6 again because of the pandemic. I humbly want to say thank you for supporting me. I am learning in school thanks to you. May God bless you with a long life.
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