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About

Mueni is an outgoing girl who completed her primary education in 2017 and since her parents were unable to pay for her school fees she decided to repeat grade eight. Despite staying home for most of the time in the year due to small school levies, her dream to become a surgeon has kept her focused. Her parents are poor and only do casual jobs to cater for the family basic needs. Their house collapsed last year due to rains and they are now living in a makeshift house. Mueni believes that hard work never goes unrewarded.

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Mueni's Funding history

Year Grade Receipt Status
2020 Form 2
2019 Form 1

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Hello, Mueni! My family is all fine as of now. Everyone is staying home as much as possible and trying to stay socially distant from people to not cath the corona virus. I’m trying to get some projects done while I’m stuck at home. I hope you and your family can stay well! Keep studying to achieve your dreams! All my best! Jill
Hi,hope you are fine. Am also fine.We are at home due to the corona outbreak.I am working hard to achieve my targeted grades.I have planted some trees which am taking great care of.Thank you for your great support.
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