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Meet Simon

Meet Simon

Simon comes from a single parent home. He lost his father the same year he was born and so his mother singlehandedly brought him up amid challenges. She has never held any formal employment and has, for the longest time, depended on casual jobs that are hard to come by […]

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Meet Evans

Meet Evans

Evans understands the value of education. This, he says, is what drives him to work so hard in school. He recently took the Kenyan Certificate of Primary Education (KCPE) exams and passed with flying colors, earning an outstanding B+ average. These results have all but guaranteed him a spot at […]

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Meet Edwin

Meet Edwin

Edwin is confident, articulate and a go-getter. He scored an impressive 370 marks in his KCPE and he is looking forward to joining high school especially since he was selected to join a top national school in his region. However, he is afraid that he might have to give up […]

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Meet Elvis

Meet Elvis

Elvis is a bright and determined young man who believes in the empowering nature of education. It is something that he takes very seriously. All through his life, he has watched as his parents toiled to put food on the table and pay school fees for him and his siblings. […]

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Meet Kennedy

Meet Kennedy

Kennedy comes from a single parent home. His father passed on in November last year throwing the family into a tailspin. His mother, who is a casual laborer, is finding it hard to make ends meet. Kennedy has a younger sister. Currently in form 1 going to form 2, Kennedy […]

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Meet Lawrence

Meet Lawrence

Lawrence is a self-assured, articulate, and determined individual. It was no surprise to anyone when Lawrence scored 410 marks in his KCPE. Throughout his primary education, he has been a top performer. His best subject is Mathematics and he scored 85% in the KCPE. He hopes to join a national school […]

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Meet Morgan

Meet Morgan

Morgan is a bright and determined young man who believes that education empowers people. It’s something he’s quite concerned about. He has seen his parents struggle to support his siblings and when he was told that he will have to go and live with his aunt in Nairobi he had […]

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