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Raised $600 from 3 donors Needs $0

About

Both parents died. Children living with a very poor grandmother.

Where your donation goes

Total $600
  • Food
    $50
  • School Supplies
    $50
  • Boarding Fees
    $200
  • Tuition
    $300

Abdi's Funding history

Year Grade Receipt Status
2022 Form 4
2021 Form 3
2020 Form 3
2019 Form 2

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Hi, I thank you for the great support you have done in my education despite challenges of covid-19 which came last year March leading to the closure of schools. I am working hard to compensate my lost time during the pandemic and looking forward to pursue in my national examinations which are ahead. I thank you and may God bless you abundantly.
Hi All,

I hope you are doing well. I am Hassan and feel wasted by this covid19. I have been away from school for 8 months. I know this year will never be recovered. I am happy school will open in January.

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    Joseph

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    Joseph is the second born child in a family of five. His elder brother dropped out of school due to lack of school fees. Since the passing on of his father, Joseph and his siblings have been staying with their mother who has taken over the responsibility of providing for her children. Though determined to make sure that her sons get the best, her health condition has affected her and can rarely manage to do manual work. After the death of their father, the extended family drove them out of their ancestral land. The family is currently living in a rented house in Wamunyu. Joseph is determined to change their family in future. He believes that hard work pays and in future he dreams of becoming a doctor, first to treat his mother and then other people in the society.

    School Year 2023

  • Maingi

    4%

    Maingi

    Kenya

    I am the fourth of five children. My father works at a local factory as a casual laborer. He is a hardworking man and I admire him a lot. However, the meager earnings he receives from the factory cannot sustain quality education for all of us. I hope that some day I will become a science teacher or lecturer and build my family a better house

    School Year 2023

  • Mwau Felix

    50%

    Mwau Felix

    Kenya

    Mwau is fifth born in a family of six. His parents are unemployed and only do casual jobs to cater for the family needs and also pay school fees for his elder three siblings who are in secondary school. Food has always been inadequate in their family. His teachers helped to pay for his school levies in order to remain in school. He toiled hard to shine in his academics. He could get to school very early to utilize the electricity to study. He also accredits his success to being a well-disciplined, God fearing, consulting the teachers and co-operating with them. Mwau is very determined to become an electrical engineer and help the community. He believes that hard work and no play makes Jack a dull boy. He loves athletics.

    School Year 2023

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