Wambua is a student from Kenya. He needs $500 by January 1, 2021 to stay in school and is currently 10% toward his goal.

Raised $50 from 1 donor Needs $450

About

Wambua is a very hard-working boy. In his school he emerged to be one of the top students. During his primary education Wambua remained focused despite the many challenges he went through. He is grateful to his teacher who exempted him from paying school levies and remained in school. His mother is single and only does casual jobs to cater for the family. Wambua is determined to become a doctor in future. He believes that hard work never goes unrewarded.

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Total $500
  • Tuition
    $500

Wambua's Funding history

Year Grade Receipt Status
2021 Form 1
2020 Form 1

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SYONGWA
Hi Wambua,
How are your doings?Work extra hard to achieve your dreams.You have a great potential of being a succesful doctor.Watch out!
Hi Lydia
Hope you going on well.I chose this career because i belief no man is limited and also i have the potential to make it.The say that hard work never goes unrewarded keeps me motivated.Unlikely we never went back to school.Bye Bye
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