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About

Roffine's father suffers from an undiagnosed mental condition. He disappears at times and then reappears unexpectedly. The family lives on a small piece of land and Her mother works in people's farms. During her primary school days, Roffine was regularly sent home for the small fees that her mother could not afford to pay in time. She is now very comfortable at Wema and she says it feels to her like her home. "I will work extra hard to achieve my goal of being an accountant and help my family." -Rophine.

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Total $500
  • Food
    $50
  • School Supplies
    $50
  • Boarding Fees
    $200
  • Tuition
    $200

Roffine's Funding history

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

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My experience at Wema this past year has been mind-blowing. Learning has never been much fun in my life; The School Library has been improved with a bigger and quiet space to study, further, the Computer Lab has been expanded, we now take our lessons using a projector at least once a week with the computers being available for research during our study time, this is amazing.

A big thank you to the Wema Community and the Manageress for being there for me, am working hard in class everyday keeping in mind the sacrifice you are making for me.

I have been provided with learning material and I'm in a conducive environment for study. I am now into my second year of study and I'm striving towards my goal of becoming a lawyer.

I like reading novels during my leisure and I have enjoyed a few like 'The Ghost'.

I am looking forward to attain a good grade in form four which will me marketable to the best universities and courses and I hope for your support in making this possible.

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