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Raised $500 from 2 donors Needs $0

About

Alexander is the lastborn child in a family of four. All his elder siblings have all dropped out of school in primary level due to lack of school fees. His mother is single and unemployed. She has been ailing and can rarely manage to do manual work to cater for her children. Despite all odds alexander managed to perform very well in his primary level education. He is determined to achieve his goal of becoming a doctor in future. As a doctor, he believes that he will help the poor in the society access medical services. Alexander believes that education is the key to success.

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Alexander Mutisya's Funding history

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For now the long term holiday has come to an end and we are going back to school for the last term.During the holiday i had study very hard and now i promise to keep the same pace during the term aiming at my goal believing that i will gain good results at the end of the term.
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For now I am in long term holiday and am still happy to be part of school fund.During the term I made more new friends which I used to revise with them.I did well in my last exam and am still working hard inorder to achieve my goal.
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