Help AIDS orphans go to school in Kenya

 
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Note: These stories talk about the same issues that this project addresses, but are not necessarily about this specific project.

Life In Getto

By a male, 22-30 years old, in Nairobi, Kenya
Map of life in Getto Has am seeing life in slum is very hard because parent are having very hard so that they can leave a comfortable life bult still no hopp.At first the poor slum houses during rain season no peace because they are linking roof and also there are abit of flying toilets especially in this slum is not a good place to leave in because even getting food is problem for the children in slums they go to school uniform eve books many of them lacks school fees and they are staying at home romeing. Read more.
Related to project keywords: children slums, school uniform, roof, school fees, poor

A Mobile Clinic

By a female, 46-60 years old , in Rakai, Uganda
Map of A MOBILE CLINIC Many people in our community are still facing with problems resultinf from HIV and ignorance Kitovu home mobile care has done so much to help people in lwamaggwa parish out of these problems. It has a mobile van that fetches sick people from villages to lwamaggwa parish health centre It has well trained social workers who keep on moving around villages to teach people about good health standards. Read more.
Related to project keywords: social workers, sick, problems, hiv, trained

Hardworking Never Goes Unrewarded

By a female, 16-21 years old, in Vihiga, Kenya
Map of HARDWORKING NEVER GOES UNREWARDED In 1990 a boy called Brian was born. He was the first born in the family of Mr and mrs Ontigore.In 1992, Mr. Otingore died and left the boy under care of his mother.After the death of his father ,Brian grew to be aresponsible boy.When he was seven years old he joined class one unfortunately his mother died when he was in class three. His mothers death made a big change in Brian's life.He was left in charge of everything. He used to wake up early in the morning prepare his younger siblings to go to school. Although poor Brian was a hardworking boy. He sat for his k.c.p.e in 2005 and obtained 320 marks out of the possible 500.Due to luck of school fees he spent the first term of 20006 at home looking for school fees.After a hard struggle it happened that he met an organization that deal with orphans.He explained to them all his needs. After a sshort period of time the organization took Brian together with his other three siblings to kanyaweji children home. He was taken to orando High school in 2006.in 2010 he sat for his kenya certificate of secondary education and obtained a mean grade of A.Early this year he joined Nairobi University where he is studying medicine. Read more.
Related to project keywords: school fees, needs, orphans, go school, term
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