Carolyne's 2019 school year has been fully funded! Click here to support a similar student.

Raised $500 from 6 donors Needs $0

About

Carolyne is the third born child in a family of six. Two of her sisters have been sick since childhood they have never been enrolled in school due to their health conditions. Carolyne's father is a casual laborer while the mother stays at home to take care of the sick children. The medical treatment of the children has depleted all the family resources and they have to depend on the mercy of well-wishers. Carolyne has faced many challenges. Many times she slept hungry without food but was always looking forward to being in school as there was a free lunch served (thanks to the school feeding program supported by a charity organization). Carolyne was determined and worked hard and excelled. Carolyne wants to be a doctor in future to treat people whom suffering (just like her two sisters) and improve the health of the people in Kenya.

Where your donation goes

Total $500
  • Boarding
    $208
  • Activities
    $0
  • Activity Fee
    $0
  • Boarding & Food
    $0
  • Medical
    $0
  • Activity Fee
    $0
  • Tuition
    $100
  • Books And Supplies
    $100
  • Other
    $12
  • Boarding Fees And Food
    $0
  • Food And Boarding
    $0
  • Uniform
    $80
  • School Fees
    $0
  • Caution Money
    $0

Carolyne's Funding history

Year Grade Receipt Status
2019 Form 3
2018 Form 2
2017 Form 1

Journal

Use the journal feature to write directly to a student

Hello; hope you are fine am also fine.we have come for our mid term break on 16th feb 2019.Am doing well in my studies putting more efforts to achieve my goal.During the mid break i will study hard in order to improve my performance. Wishing you the best .Thank you for keeping in class i appreciate for your support.May the Almighty GOD bless you abudantly.
Greetings to everyone.Hope your fine am also fine .We have come for our december holiday.Here home there is a lot of rains so i will assist my parents in farming.I will also make more efforts in my studies to improve my performance.
View more
Click 'view more' to write to this student.

Share Carolyne's story

Other Students

100% of your donations to students fund their education.

  • Joao

    8%

    Joao

    Mozambique

    João was born in Sofala province. He is a playful and smiling boy with many interests. He likes to play with friends in the same neighborhood. His father died in 2012, victim of illness. In life, he was selling products at the local market. After some time, his mother remarried, but the current husband pays no attention to his stepchildren. He is making little jobs as a driver here and there and he only provides food for the whole family with his low income, while the mother plants rice to help her husband with the household expenses. As there is no money to support the school expenses for the stepchildren, João hardly can fulfill his dream of becoming a teacher.

    School Year 2019

  • Najma

    25%

    Najma

    Somalia

    Najma lives with her three sisters, five brothers, grandmother, grandfather, and mother. Her favorite subject in school is English. Najma enjoys learning new things and is glad to be learning English at school. To continue learning new things, Najma enjoys reading books about science in her free time. Other than reading, Najma also enjoys going over her class notes with her peers and helping each other to understand their class material. With Najma’s passion for learning and education, she hopes to be a teacher in the future.

    School Year 2018

  • Fernando

    23%

    Fernando

    Mozambique

    Fernando was born in Sofala province. He is a very humble boy, does not have many friends and spends more time at home when he is not at school. His favorite hobby is listening to music at home. In 2012, the parents separated due to social problems. In 2013 his father died. He used to be a carpenter. After his father's death, Fernando’s mother abandoned him. His grandmother took care of him and then he moved to live with his aunty. The aunt has 2 children and does not make any activity that generates income to sustain the family. Her husband does little jobs in the construction field to help the family survive. When the uncle does not get a job, they may spend a day without a meal.

    School Year 2019

  • See more students