Sharon is a student from Kenya. She needs $1090 by January 1, 2021 to stay in school and is currently 42% toward her goal.

Raised $465 from 6 donors Needs $625

About

has both parents, was raped by a family member 2 yrs ago leading to internal damage/fistula. She is not safe at home and is being raised by the women in the Beyond Fistula program as her mother doesn't feel she can be kept safe at home.

Where your donation goes

Total $1090
  • Books
    $100
  • Boarding Fees
    $200
  • Tuition
    $790

Sharon's Funding history

Year Grade Receipt Status
2021 Standard 6
2020 Standard 5
2019 Standard 4

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Thank you Luellen!
We had Match Day and many donors helped me. Hopefully soon we can do normal school. If we can't, I am still learning on the computer. Thank you to everyone who helped. God bless you.
So glad you are safe and doing well in school. You sound really happy when you talk about your education. I hope you can get back to the class room soon.
Sending you lots of good wishes.
Luellen
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