Daniel is a student from Kenya. He needs $500 by January 1, 2018 to stay in school and is currently 0% toward his goal.

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Daniel is a very determined boy. While in primary school Daniel did not have a reading lamp. He had to utilize much of his daytime by forgoing break and recess time to catch up on his studies. He was able to overcome and emerge the best in the class. Daniel believes that education is the only key to his success. He is the first-born child in a family of three. His father is a wood carver whose small earnings have been depleted by hospital bills of ailing members of his extended family.

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2018 Form 2
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I happy to hear that you are encouraging me to work hard to achieve my dreams of becoming an engineer.We are now going for the second term and I hope to do my best.
Am happy to write to you to inform you that we have come for the April holy day.For the exam we deed before mid-term am happy to
tell you that I passed with a good grade.During the holy day am determined to help my parents in addition,I would revise more to perfect my studies.May God bless you all.
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