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Raised $220 from 3 donors Needs $0


Suraj is a kabbaddi player and wants to become a policeman. New to the school, he is a hard working student. He has quickly made new friends and settled in very well. He appreciates the opportunity to play so many sports that were not available at his old school.

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Total $220
  • Meals
  • Uniform
  • School Supplies
  • School Operations
  • School Trip

Suraj's Funding history

Year Grade Receipt Status
2017 Class 10
2016 Class 9


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  • Dismas




    I come from a family of four, my two siblings, my mother and I. My father left for the countryside after he separated from my mother. This separation left us under the care of my mother. My mother is a hardworking woman and she has inspired me a lot. I owe everything I have achieved in this young life to her. She is my biggest source of hope. I joined the football team in school and I hope to help my school achieve its highest feat. I work hard in everything I do and I go for the most challenging of experiences to gain more exposure. My philosophy in life is to always strive for the highest attainable glory.

    School Year 2018

  • Alexander Mutisya


    Alexander Mutisya


    Alexander is the lastborn child in a family of four. All his elder siblings have all dropped out of school in primary level due to lack of school fees. His mother is single and unemployed. She has been ailing and can rarely manage to do manual work to cater for her children. Despite all odds alexander managed to perform very well in his primary level education. He is determined to achieve his goal of becoming a doctor in future. As a doctor, he believes that he will help the poor in the society access medical services. Alexander believes that education is the key to success.

    School Year 2018

  • Ruth




    I come from a big family. I have nine other siblings. We are all taken care of by my father who at this point is not working/unemployed. My older siblings have attended/still attend not-very-good schools. I was to follow suit until The School Fund came to my rescue. This is a "first" in my family. This is a common situation in Kibera. I am among the lucky few from financially disadvantaged families to get support from well-wishers.

    School Year 2018

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