Phylis is a student from Kenya. She needs $340 to stay in school and is currently 33% toward her goal.

Raised $115 from 4 donors Needs $225


"Since we are a family of six children, it has been too difficult for my father to pay my school fees and buy uniforms. I have been getting assistance from church members up to this point. I thank almighty God that the school could provide me books, which allowed me to continue and to finish class 8. I have been brought up in a very humble background and it has been very difficult for my parents to bring daily bread into the house. My aspirations and plans is that I would like to finish high school with high marks. I would then like to join the university of my choice and pursue a degree in mass communication and be a news anchor/ presenter. Since education has no end, I would like to combine my masters and Ph.D. respectively and be a great professor in Kenya."

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Total $340
  • Tuition
  • Boarding

Phylis's Funding history

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


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Hi Phylis!
My name is Imani and I am a form 5 student. I admire your aspirations to earn a PhD as I would like to be one as well and teach. I hope that this school year is going well for you and that you continue to work your hardest! I look forward to seeing what great things you will accomplish

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