We received this thank you from AnaGrace. Since she has only been at Kibeta English Medium Primary School a few months, she chose to write in a very polite Kiswahili. Translation is as follows:
Dear ones, I am very happy from my heart to write you this letter. I am going on well with my studies and also my health is good. How are you? (What is the news there?) I would like to thank you that I am able to study here. I love to study at KEMPS (Kibeta English Medium Primary School) because we study our lessons in English. I pray that you will be well at your various jobs and tasks. May God bless you and protect you. I thank Beth S., Beth D. and Julie for the help they have given me.Love, AnnaGrace Jasson
Here are a few photos of AnnaGrace and two new scholarship candidates: Ines and Anitha. Both Ines and Anitha have had to deal with the tragic death of their father in traffic accidents this last year. Their family life has been turned upside down. The remaining family members struggle to find ways to support themselves and the schooling for their children. They all could use our support to obtain a primary school education worthy of their abilities.
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