Edna is a student from Kenya. She needs $500 to stay in school and is currently 80% toward her goal.

Raised $401 from 2 donors Needs $99

About

Edna is second born child in a family of three. She stays with her grandmother who has taken up the responsibility of caring for her. Her mother is single and jobless. Edna’s elder sister dropped out of school in form two due to lack of school fees. Edna’s journey to success in primary school was not without challenges. She woke up at the crack of dawn each morning and walked about 2 kilometers to school. Sometimes she went to school without any breakfast. Other times she arrived to school late and had to take a punishment but that did not make her to give up. She remained determined and worked hard to attain good grades. Edna emerged the best student by scoring 396 marks out of 500 at her school. She believes that determination knows no barrier.

Where your donation goes

Total $500
  • Boarding
    $0
  • Activities
    $25
  • Activity Fee
    $0
  • Boarding & Food
    $0
  • Medical
    $0
  • Activity Fee
    $0
  • Tuition
    $275
  • Books And Supplies
    $0
  • Other
    $0
  • Boarding Fees And Food
    $0
  • Food And Boarding
    $200
  • Uniform
    $0
  • School Fees
    $0
  • Caution Money
    $0

Edna's Funding history

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

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Greetings,
I am well and the holiday was well. I have been helping my parents with house chores. I am still working at school to achieve my goal .As I go back to school I promise to work hard at school. Thank you for your support.God bless you.
Hi Marsha,
I am very happy to be back home for midterm break. The term has been well and I have been working hard in my studies to achieve my goal . It is true that there has been a lot of rains in Kenya especially in Wamunyu. The farmers have harvested a lot from their farms. You are welcomed back in Wamunyu together with your family. I will not tire working hard in school.


GOOD BYE AND GOD BLESS YOU.

EDNA
Hi Edna,

I am so happy to hear that you had a good Easter holiday and are happy to be going back to school. I’ve heard that there have been a lot of rains in Kenya. Is this true in Wamunyu? Does that mean that there should be good crops from the farms??

I loved the time that my children and I spent in Wamunyu last summer. I feel like we left a part of our hearts there.

I’m attaching a picture of the three of us. (My husband was unable to go with us and now he says he would like to go!).

I hope you’ll keep studying hard and working in school. I will keep you in my prayers.

Marsha
Greetings,
The time has now come to go back to school. The holiday has been fine and I have been helping my parents with the house chores. I have also studied to improve on my grades. The Easter holiday has been fine and we celebrated it merrily. The holiday is now over and we thank God that we are going back to school again.
I am very happy for your support and may bless you so much.

GOOD BYE AND GOD BLESS YOU.
Hi Zahara,
I am back home for the midterm break and I hope you are still going on well. I am well and doing well in my studies. At home I will be helping my parents with the house chores and also carry on with my studies. Everything has been well at school and I have been performing well in my studies. I will be going back to school on Monday next week. thank you for your support.

GOD BLESS YOU.

GOODBYE.
Greetings,
I am fine and I hope you are also fine. The holiday is now over and I am going back to school to continue with my studies. I have helped my parents with the home duties through the holiday. I promise to work hard at school to better my results. I am very grateful for the help you have given to me. May God bless you so much.


EDNA.
Hello Edna
my name is zahara from Tanzania.I would like to insist you that do not give up because the one who give up is the one who won't succeed.Take the necessary steps to achieve what you need.Have a nice day friend.
Greetings
I hope you are all fine. I am also fine. Last week we closed school for the December holiday. I have been working hard at school for good results. The year has been good. Over the holiday I will be helping my parents at home. Thank you for you support and may God bless you. Have a merry Christmas and a happy new year.
Hello Edna
My name is Arapha I come from Tanzania at Iringa region.
I would like you to be my friend you know what all school fund student are family so I like to request you to become my friend.
What your favorite subject you love more and why? also what is your ambition when you grow up. I have one things mumy that I want to tell you that is study hard in order to fulfill your dream see a challenges like an exams every person have do it.
From your lovely friend
Arapha
Hi Samwel,
How are you? I hope you are fine.I also am fine together with my family members.I have been doing well at school everything has been fine. I am about to complete my August holiday and go back to school. The holiday has been very fine. God bless you for supporting me in my studies.

GOD BLESS YOU.


EDNA.
I have come for the August holiday and everything is well at school. We had an election and the people have voted well.
Hello, Samwel,
My name is Edna Mwende from Machakos in Kenya and I am a student at Karima Girls' High School in Kenya. My hobby is singing and dancing. Our school is a boarding school but now we are at home for a mid term break. I will go back to school on Thursday. I have only been in the school for 2 months so I am still learning more about it. We have done our first exam and I hope I will perform well. How is the education system in Tanzania? Hoping to hear from you.

Edna
Hello ,friend
My name is samwel Maganga from Iringa in Tanzania, am a student at klerruu secondary school. My hobbies is swimming, playing football and dancing apart from that also I am pastoralist of rabbit and chicken .I am enjoy for that because I like this work,
How about you

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