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Meet Jeremiah

Meet Jeremiah

Jeremiah lost both of his parents to HIV/AIDS, his father in 2006 and mother in 2008. Afterwards he was left under the care of his relatives. Since he comes from Maasai community, where young boys are forced to herd cattle for money instead of going to school, the relatives opted

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Meet Nasaline

Meet Nasaline

From a large family of 8, she is determined to be the first to join Secondary school as the struggle back home is more for food than for education. She is very smart and eligible to join a good secondary school next year.

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Meet Serena

Meet Serena

First born in a family of 6, faced with financial needs since both parents are not employed and serve as casual laborers in the nearby poor neighborhoods. She is academically strong and has a chance if supported.

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Meet Magdalene

Meet Magdalene

First born in a family of 10kids, smart and very determined to get her family out of their poverty stricken background. She is currently in primary school and eligible to join secondary school in the year 2017. She needs financial help to join secondary school.

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Meet Felister

Meet Felister

Felister was orphaned at an early age. She along with her sister were left under the care of their grandmother who later passed on leading to her sister getting married and the area chief rescued llittle Felister and took her to Son’s Of Manase where she has been taken care

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Meet Lucy

Meet Lucy

Lucy is currently a form one student at Graceland Girls High School. She is the firstborn in her family of four and has witnessed firsthand the ramifications of poverty and broken family. Her father abandoned them and their mother, who took Lucy and her siblings to stay with their aging

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Meet Lucy

Meet Lucy

A student at Dream Children’s Home, Lucy and her 3 younger siblings originally lived with her mother and father. However, her father abandoned them and her mother was forced to move her children in with their grandmother as she looked for work to sustain them. The challenge of providing for

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Meet Mary

Meet Mary

Mary, together with her two siblings were rescued and
brought to the orphanage from their mother who
wasn’t properly caring for her children.
She was born in 1999 and is eligible to
go to secondary school in 2013.

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Meet Mary

Meet Mary

Mary, together with her two siblings were rescued and
brought to the orphanage from their mother who
wasn’t properly caring for her children.
She was born in 1999 and is eligible to
go to secondary school in 2013.

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