Educate 30 Children in Western Tanzania

 
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Hope For The Hopeless

By a male, under 16 years old, in Nairobi, Kenya
Map of Hope for the hopeless Education has always be a problem to several people in kibera slums.Providing the money for all that is needed to undergo all this process is very expensive and difficult to afford.Many people loose hope when they finish primary school under the free primary education.s.t Aloysius Gonzaga secondary school provides free secondary education to needy orphans form kibera slums.It has done that since 2006 when the first class sat for their K.C.S.E exams.God bless and long live st.Aloysius Gonzaga high school. Read more.
Related to project keywords: school free, free secondary, secondary school, primary school, form

Behaviour Change (bcc)

By a male, 16-21 years old, in Kakamega, Kenya
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behaviour change (BCC) In an Oduol Nyagumi is my name.I am a resident of Lurambi and i take my studies at St.Peters high school, sometime back, during the last holidays i attended a certain forum that incorparated outh coming together and learning about BCC (Behaviour Change) The programme had been put in place by an NGO, with the name VIPEP. I together with other youth gathered alot from that initiative.The lessons which mamly touched on us youth taking charge ourselves and avoiding bad vices was of big boost in terms of advice.At the end of the entire session, we had actually gathered alot. Read more.
Related to project keywords: school back, youth, high school, big, studies

My Dream Of Success Will Come To Pass

By a female, 16-21 years old, in Kakamega Central, Kenya
Map of MY DREAM OF SUCCESS WILL COME TO PASS My name is Joseph Shikeji. I am a form four student of Shikunga secondary school. But for me to reach form four, to come this far, it has taken the hard of God. Being an opharn whose parents were lost quite a while ago while I was still infant, I had no reason hoping to see another day. Everything was impossible. My ralatives tried helping me but failed as they too had their own children to take care of. In 2007 I was lucky when I got a chance to stay in Kakamega opharns care centre. I was taken to Amalemba primary school from where my hard work earned me a chance in high school. I believe I will do my form 4 exam and pass and that in future I will be a banker. Read more.
Related to project keywords: exam, secondary school, primary school, high school, reason

Well Wisher

By a female, 22-30 years old, in Nairobi, Kenya
Map of WELL WISHER A boy selected to join Lenana High School has not reported due to lack of fees, nearly two weeks after Form one students reported. The dream of Daniel Nyongesa, one of the top KCPE examination pupils, to become a university lecturer, culd be shattered owing to the poor financial status of his family. The former pupil at soweto primary school in Kibera scored 382 marks out of 500 to secure a place at national school. The boy lost his father in 2004 and his mother a casual labourer cannot afford to raise the fees so the former headteacher said that he is going to take the boy yo school at Lenana and his school fees and all the necessary things the boy might need. Read more.
Related to project keywords: school fees, family, students, primary school, high school

Helping Jason

By a male, 22-30 years old, in Kakamega, Kenya
Map of Helping Jason About some four years ago,when i was in primaryy school;there was this partivcular bright student named jason. The guy was extremly smart in books but there was one thing which seemed to affected him and that was poverty in their home. He could often come to school without necessities like enough books and other supplementaries to asssist him during studies.Though it was areal struggle to him but he managed to pull it off until he approached the nationnal examinations.He did it with the others and when the results were out he had posted exemplary results.He even managed to scoop the best position in the whole district.He was called to a national school but then cropped up.He had no one to pay his high school fees.He could not locate one.Fortunately an individual by the name plus shistsama a pastor by profession volunteered to pay the boys school fees throughout high schoo. The boy finished medicine at teh university.Were it not for that good samaritan his hopes would have been quashed definately. Read more.
Related to project keywords: four years, school fees, high school, pay, studies

A Place Of No Return

By a male, 16-21 years old, in Trans-nzoia, Kenya
Map of A PLACE OF NO RETURN There was a time when a student from kitale primary school wanted to join secondary school and his parent did not have money to pay for his school fees. His parents try to find the money but they were not able to find the money.so some one told them about how they can get money through Faulu.They approached faulu offices in Kitale the they managed to secure a loan and pay for the sons school fees. Their son entered the secondary school which was called and now to be he is in form four doing his final examination. Read more.
Related to project keywords: return, school fees, secondary school, time, primary school

Mismanaged Funds

By a male, 16-21 years old, in Nairobi, Kenya
Map of Mismanaged funds It had changed lives of many children especially in kibera and the surroundings as they offered to pay school fees for children who wanted to go to school and they did not get the resources to get them going. They gave even uniform and they were offered a chance to choose which school they want to go. Any school that was chosen by the child it was there expense to ensure that the child sees the door open for him/her . Riara schools failed lately when the heartless and greedy Aficans who have big stomach and never get satisfied mismanaged the funds that were brought in by donours to help these vulnerable children get education. Read more.
Related to project keywords: choose, school fees, big, fees children, uniform
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Project Leader

Raichle Farrelly

Co-Founder, Project Wezesha; Treasurer, Girls Education International
Lakewood, CO United States

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