Cynthia is fully funded for 2018, but she is raising funds for the current funding year.

Cynthia is a student from Ecuador. She needs $820 by August 25, 2019 to stay in school and is currently 21% toward her goal.

Raised $180 from 4 donors Needs $640

About

Cynthia lives with her parents and three younger brothers, aged nine, five and two, in a small rented house in a village in the mountains. Her father works on the land. His income is erratic: at times he cannot find work and at other times the severe mountain weather prevents him from working. Cynthia goes to the local school, although she will have to change schools at the end of the next academic year as her present school does not cater for the last three years of secondary education. This will mean a fairly long daily journey for Cynthia, as the nearest suitable school is several miles away. At the moment, she is happy with her friends in the local school. She particularly enjoys maths and eventually hopes to be able to find a job working with computers.

Where your donation goes

Total $820
  • Transportation
    $180
  • Boarding Fees
    $0
  • Food
    $180
  • School Supplies
    $0
  • Tuition
    $0
  • Uniform, Books, School Supplies
    $460

Cynthia's Funding history

Year Grade Receipt Status
2020 year 6
2019 Year 5
2018 Year 4
2017 Year 3

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I changed school last year, so at first things were quite difficult. I have to make a long journey, and I had to make new friends. The new school is much bigger than my old school. Now, I've got used to it and I'm very happy there, and I think I have a lot of opportunities that I didn't have before.

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    Manuel

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  • Anghelo

    12%

    Anghelo

    Ecuador

    Anghelo has a lot of determination to succeed at whatever he does. He has begun to play the guitar, and practices for two hours every day. He also sings in the school choir. Apart from music, he is keen on mathematics and would one day like to become an accountant. He is close to his immediate family and likes to spend the weekend playing with his cousin.

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  • Sebastian

    24%

    Sebastian

    Ecuador

    Sebastian lives with his mother, step-father and two siblings; his father has a regular but low-paid job, but his mother only has irregular work. Sebastian likes to play the guitar. He is also enjoying learning the Quichua language at school. In the future, he is hoping at the moment to work in gastronomy.

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