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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.

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Total $500
  • School Supplies
    $100
  • Boarding Fees
    $200
  • Tuition
    $200

Sharon's Funding history

Year Grade Receipt Status
2019 Standard 4

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I want to take this humble opportunity to say thanks for this far you have brought me and brightened my future by giving me good education. May God lead and protect you always for the good heart.
Hello Nancy,
I am Sharon and I am studying in Standard four. Did you have good holidays home from school? I live in Kenya too. I don't know what I'm aiming for because I like everything in school. Maybe I will improve the economy too or I will be a doctor to help sick people like I was sick with a fistula. Blessings on you!

Sharon
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