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Nthenya is the firstborn child in a family of four. Her parents rely on odd jobs to cater for the family needs.  Despite many challenges, Nthenya emerged victorious in her exams. She aspires to be a doctor in future to treat the less privileged in the society especially children. She believes that one rises by uplifting others.

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Nthenya's Funding history

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Hi Marcelo Esteban,
am glad to tell you that we have a break for our December holiday.Thank for being their to support my education and may the Almighty God bless abundantly .Am also sorry for not replying on time . May you have a nice time celebrating you christmas and have a happy new year .We are opening on 7th January 2020.
hi willow
am glad to tell that am doing well in my studies and may the Almighty God bless you abudantly . Am also sorry because i didn't reply .We have a break for December holiday and we will open on 7th January 2020.Have a nice time celebrating christmas.Am also going to celebrate and have a happy new year .I want to work hard to achieve my dream of becoming a doctor and help the needy children in the society.I will also be glad one day to visit you in Canada for further education.
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