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Life has been so tough for our family after the demise of my father, but I'll always thank my mother who worked hard to make sure that my siblings and I get our daily bread. Coming from a family of five and being the oldest I worked so hard in my primary school level and managed to score a total of 391 marks (Three Bells Primary), which secured me a chance with a national school (Kisii High School). At school I have remained focused to make sure that I achieve my dreams and goals of becoming an aeronautical engineer, without forgetting my interests in scouting and athletics. With great support from Shining Hope for Communities (SHOFCO), I am really thankful to them for coming to my rescue when I really needed help and funding for my education. Something that my single parent wouldn't have managed even with the additional 1000 shilling that come from my aunt. I'll always be thankful to Shofco and TSF for the great support they've given me and I promise that I will work hard in school and make an impact in our community.

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Total $340
  • Tuition
    $340

Abass's Funding history

Year Grade Receipt Status
2021 Form 4
2020 Form 4
2019 Form 3
2018 Form 2
2017 Form 1

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I'm in form 4 currently and doing well there. It has not been easy though in the past but as to school fees, but having your support has made me work hard. I have had several challenges in school, previously i was bullied by some students, but I stood firm and did what was right, secondly, i always can't manage the pocket money that other students have since my family cannot afford, I also don't have the revision materials to study, during this corona period too i rarely concentrate in studies. I would like to be a leader as I am one in school. I am a beneficiary and I clearly understand the importance of this scholarship. I am very grateful and thank you so much.

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