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Daniel has no recollection of his parents and has been living by himself most of his life. His grandmother lives in a remote village in the central region but insists that Daniel live in Kissemah where he can receive free education from Mawuvio's Outreach. Daniel does odd jobs for older people and lives in markets, sleeping outside.

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Total $492
  • Tuition
    $175
  • Uniform
    $15
  • Food
    $80
  • Exams
    $7
  • Boarding Fees
    $215

Daniel's Funding history

Year Grade Receipt Status
2013 Form 2
2012 Form 1

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Hey Daniel! What's up? I'm Tim who works for The School Fund. I like rap songs. I'd like to hear your rap song when you make it up. I'm glad that you are doing well at Mawuvio's Outreach Programme. I've just finished school but am hoping to go back soon.

Tim
my name is daniel i like to make rap song if i have free time i write a rap song about my school mawuvio outreach programme i think it is the best school in the world because before i came there i didnt know anything and now i learn a lot because of school i want to learn everyday new tings thank you for helping my school and god bless you
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