Dionisio Lino Monis is fully funded for 2022, but he is raising funds for the current funding year.

Dionisio Lino Monis is a student from Mozambique. He needs $750 by December 31, 2022 to stay in school and is currently 0% toward his goal.

Raised $0 from 0 donors Needs $750

About

Dionísio was born in the city of Beira, Sofala province, on August 15, 2006, where he lived with his parents. He is a calm and intelligent boy, and likes to play football and draw people’s faces. During his free time, he reviews school subjects and help with house duties. Dionísio’s father died on May 29, 2009, victim of a road accident in the Macurungo area. He used to be a mechanic. The boy does not have any siblings. His mother sells charcoal, vegetable and fruits in front of their house. His stepfather is an ambulant seller. Their earnings are not enough to support the family. Dionísio lives with his mother in a rental house consisting of 1 bedroom and 1 living room and has an outside bathroom with no piped drinking water. His preferred subject at school is Portuguese and he wants to become a Teacher. During 2020, due to COVID 19, the students had to study home, going weekly to the school to buy brochures and copies of tests. Most of the kids could not afford it.

Where your donation goes

Total $750
  • Food
    $221
  • Tuition And Supplies
    $276
  • Books
    $253

Dionisio Lino Monis's Funding history

Year Grade Receipt Status
2023 Grade 10
2022 Grade 10
2021 Grade 9

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Dear Sponsors,
I am studying hard to get good grades. Please don't stop believing in me.
Hereby I greet the sponsors and their families; how are you doing? I'm fine but worried about these school breaks due to the COVID-19 pandemic. I studied at home due to the quarantine state we are in, than back to school, than home again….
I'm attending grade 9, where I've been very committed, thanks to the support that my sponsors have guaranteed so that I don't miss anything.
I don't have much to say, just thank you for everything you've done in my - and my family’s life. I am striving to dignify the support so that I can fulfill my dream of being a civil construction engineer, thank you for your attention.
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