Alexander Mutisya is a student from Kenya. He needs $500 to stay in school and is currently 0% toward his goal.

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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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2018 Form 1


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Hi Friends,

I am very happy to be part of the School Fund. I am currently in Mid-term break and will be resume to school on 4th March 2018. It is my first time to be in a boarding school. I have made some new friends and I am enjoying to be part of my school. I am doing well in my studies. We have not yet done our first exam but I am confident I will pass. I am looking forward to achieve my goal of becoming a doctor in future.


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    I come from a big family. I have nine other siblings. We are all taken care of by my father who at this point is not working/unemployed. My older siblings have attended/still attend not-very-good schools. I was to follow suit until The School Fund came to my rescue. This is a "first" in my family. This is a common situation in Kibera. I am among the lucky few from financially disadvantaged families to get support from well-wishers.

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    My parents died when we were so young. My aunt took us in and she has been taking care of us since. She has a big family, plus she is a single mother. Her fish business can only cater for our meals. We have always depended on well-wishers for our education. I would want to improve the life of my family, especially my aunt's. She has done to us what no other person was willing to do. I am proud of her. The School Fund in partnership with Kenya Education Fund have given me a chance to reciprocate this kind gesture.

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