Ian Goods is a student from Kenya. He needs $600 by March 1, 2023 to stay in school and is currently 0% toward his goal.

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Ian Goods lives with his siblings and unemployed parents. He elnjoys science and math and would like to become a researcher.

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  • School Supplies
  • Boarding Fees
  • Tuition

Ian Goods's Funding history

Year Grade Receipt Status
2023 Form 1
2022 Grade 8
2021 Grade 7


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I am happy to be in school because of your support. Although the corona pandemic came, our learning is taking place. I am looking forward to passing my examination and join high school next year.
Covid has really slowed things down in our country. We had to stay home from March to December. I thank God my family and I are still healthy despite everything. I look forward to going back to school in January.
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