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Raised $500 from 3 donors Needs $0

About

Bredah is an outgoing girl who is determined to excel in life despite all odds. She is the third born child in a family of six. Her parents are poor and only does casual jobs to cater for their big family. In school Bredah would get ridiculed by fellow students since her uniform was torn and her parents could not afford to buy her a new one. Despite missing many school days due to school levies, Bredah worked tirelessly to emerge among the best students in her school. Her dream is to become a nurse in future to help many patients who suffer in hospitals due to lack of good care. Bredah believes that hard work never goes unrewarded.

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  • Tuition
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Bredah Katiku's Funding history

Year Grade Receipt Status
2020 Form 3
2019 Form 2
2018 Form 1

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Hello donors
I am doing well at school.I am working hard in my studies bearing in mind that hard work never goes unrewarded.The school has been having a few changes but it is good am able to adapt.I thank you for the support you have given me so that I remain in school and attend classes without any commotion.I promise to manage my time at school well in order to attain my goals.
Hello donors second term has been running smoothly.I am glad for the support you have given me.I am doing well at school more so in academics.I am working hard in order to achieve my goals,bearing in mind that hard work never goes unrewarded and nothing comes from a silver platter.
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