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Supported But Left On The Way

By a female, 16-21 years old, in Kakamega East, Kenya
Map of SUPPORTED BUT LEFT ON THE WAY my name is celestine asoya.I am 19 yeas old and from a pathetic background. for the past 8 years i have graduated through the painful school of trauma and pain having lost both parents.i have experienced al ot of difficulties in making ends meet,finding it hard to get basic needs under my old grandparents who had a very limited capacity to support my education. however at one time in the year 2001 APHIA 11 western offered some support to me,supporting my education (tuition fees) which assured me of hope to complete my secondary education in lwanda secondary.i finished form four last year 2010 and passed.but at that time the term of APHIA 11 ended.i now have found a college to join for training but have no one to sponsor me.i would be very glad if any sponsor could be kind enough to give me a hand. Read more.
Related to project keywords: trauma, graduated, hope, training, capacity

Providing Education To The Vulnerable And Orphans

By a male, 31-45 years old, in Nairobi, Kenya
Map of PROVIDING EDUCATION TO THE VULNERABLE AND ORPHANS Education for the disadvantaged and orphans in Kibera has luke warm.They are left alone with out any help from people around them.Some as young as 10years are forced to go out to look for employment so that they can have something to eat and education to them is a preserve for the well to do families. But MAGOSO CENTRE(mashimoni good samaritan school for the orphans)was established by a few individuals and well wishers to help alleviate this problem.These pupils are given chance to study free of charge upto class eight and ever further and those who are in serious needs are accomodated in school and food provided to them.The school has volunteer teachers who are trained and discharge their duties with passion.Some people should copy this. Read more.
Related to project keywords: free charge, class, trained, vulnerable, volunteer

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Armadeus Davidson

Tacoma, WA United States

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