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Sharon’s parents were unable to take care of her and her siblings so they left them in the care of old grandparents who are not able to sustain their needs and education. Sharon needs financial assistance to continue her education. She loves mathematics and chemistry and hopes to become a doctor.

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

Sharon's Funding history

Year Grade Receipt Status
2019 Form 4
2018 Form 3
2017 Form 2
2016 Form 2


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Hello, am a Form Four student from Highway Academy High School. Am very glad and I thank God for the far he has brought me. I take this chance to thank the WEMA fratanity for affording me this education.

Since joining Highway, my grades have gone and my character improved tremendously. At Highway the challenges that derailed my class performance have been wiped out of existence. I always feel privileged focusing on my education free from the stress that comes with fee payment. My parents are poor and fee payment has always been a stumbling block in my pursuit for a better life.

Wema came to my rescue and for this am forever grateful. I have learnt new skills such as typing in the computer lab and I now know a lot more about a computer than an average village boy. We have also learnt how to build a computer.

I am so happy studying at Highway and will perform exemplarily in my National Examinations. I would like to be an accountant in future; my favorite subjects are Mathematics, Business Studies and English.

Thank you so much for your support, I will make you proud.

My name is Evelyn. I am in Kindergarten in California. My favorite subject is math. Have fun at school.
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