Moses is in 7th grade at Bukhulungu Primary. Moses lost his father to AIDS and was abandoned by his mother. Moses now cares for his grandparents in their home while his other relatives struggle to provide for his school fees. Moses hopes to become a lawyer one day. If you are interested in helping this wonderful young man, please email us at email@example.com. For $15/month, you can change this little boy's life and give him hope for a future.
Christine is 13 years old and is in the 7th grade at Sibale Primary School. Christine's father died of AIDS and her mother, who is also HIV+ and bedridden due to an accident, now tries to care for her six children. Christine's other siblings have been forced to drop out of school because they lack the necessary fees and now stay home with their mother. Next year, Christine's school fees will increase as she enters secondary school, making it impossible for her to continue in her education. If you are interested in sponsoring this deserving young lady, please contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org. For only $15/month, you can make a world of difference to Christine.
Frankline is 10 years old and attends Moody Awori Primary. He is in 5th grade. Frankline lost his father at a young age and his mother is HIV positive. He is the youngest of 4 children. Frankline's mother struggles to provide for her four children and one of his siblings has already dropped out of school due to insufficient resources. Frankline needs a sponsor to continue his education and succeed in life! If you are interested in sponsoring Frankline for $15/month, please email us at email@example.com.
Ruth is 10 years old and is in 3rd grade at Nangina Girls Primary School. Ruth's father died two years ago and her mother does odd jobs in order to care for her six children. Ruth is the 5th born of the family. Her mother is having an increasingly difficult time managing all of the children's school fees. If you are interested in sponsoring this precious girl in her education please email us at firstname.lastname@example.org for more information. For $35/month, you can bring hope to this little girl and her family.
In sub-Saharan Africa, education is often the only path out of poverty. For too many children, pursuing an education is a constant financial struggle. Our sponsorship program's goal is to match concerned individuals and families with vulnerable children in Busia County, Western Kenya. We hope to form lasting relationships between sponsor and child that help to empower the children to build lives of purpose and leadership.
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Ruth is a 13 years old and is in 5th grade at Nangina Girls Primary School. Ruth's father died from AIDS several years ago and her mother is also HIV+. Ruth's mother does odd jobs in order to support Ruth and her 4 sibings. She manages to solicit donations from well wishers and collect money from her work but struggles to put her children through school. If you are interest in supporting Ruth in her education, please contact us at email@example.com. For $35/month, you can support this promising young lady in pursuing her dreams.
Josephine started secondary school this year. She and her four siblings depend on their mother, a farmer, for their needs. Josephine's mother struggles to provide for all of her children. Josephine does well in school but often misses classes because she does not have money for fees. Help us support Josephine in pursuing her education! For $45 per month, you can give Josephine the ability to build a better life. Contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Shadrack is in 7th grade at Bukhulungu Primary. Shadrack's father died of an unknown illness leaving his mother to care for him and his 5 siblings. His older siblings have been unable to move on to secondary school as they lack school fees. Shadrack raises hens at his home and sells them for a small profit that helps pay for his school. Shadrack hopes to complete his education and become a doctor one day. Please email us at email@example.com if you are interested in supporting Shadrack!
Janepher is 11 years old and now attends Nangina Girls Primary. Janepher's family is very poor and has difficulty providing for their children. Thanks to a COCE supporter, Janepher now attends a boarding school where her needs are being met and she will be able to achieve her dream of becoming a lawyer.
Brian is 10 years old and attends Bukhulungu Primary. Brian is a total orphan who hopes to be a pilot some day. Thanks to the generosity of his sponsors, Brian will be able to receive the education he deserves.
Edina is an 8th grader at Bukhulungu Primary. Edina is 2nd in her class and hopes to be a doctor one day. Edina's father died several years ago and her mother struggles to provide for her 3 children, making it difficult for her to cover the $15/month for Edina to stay in primary school. Next year, Edina will begin secondary school and her school fees will increase to $45/month. If you are interested in helping this young lady through her education, please email us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
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Denis is a university student in Western Kenya. Denis was orphaned at a young age and relied on one of his primary school teachers as a guardian for all of his needs. With the help of his guardian, Denis has put himself through secondary school and several semesters of university. Denis has gained acceptance to two different universities and will study Civil Engineering. Unfortunately for Denis, his guardian is not able to provide for school fees any longer. With COCE's help, Denis has been able to re-enter university. If you are interested in contributing to Denis' education, please visit our fundraising page https://www.causes.com/campaigns/93998-raise-funds-for-university-fees-for-denis.
Caroline is eleven years old and attends Nangina Girls Primary School. She is in the 3rd grade and really enjoys school. Caroline's mother is mentally retarded and her father works hard to make a living to support his wife and their five children. Caroline is the oldest of all her siblings. If you are interested in sponsoring this wonderful girl in her education for $35/month, please email us at email@example.com!
Immaculate is 22 years old and now attends 7th grade at Nangina Girls Primary. Immaculate has been in and out of school due to issues at home but is determined to get an education. She is truly a woman of perseverance. Thanks to a COCE supporter, Immaculate (Emma) is now a boarding student at Nangina Girls Primary where she will have access to the education she desires.
Egila is in 3rd grade at Nangina Girls Primary School. Egila's mother is a peasant father and her father has abandoned her family. Egila was brought to Nangina by the headmistress, Sister Anne, who informed us Egila was emaciated when she first came to board at Nangina. Egila is a sweet and quiet girl who hopes to be a teacher one day. For $35/month, you can give Egila hope for a better life. Please contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
"Education is the movement from darkness to light."
Bartholomew is ten years old and is in 4th grade at Moody Awori Primary School. Bartholomew's father died from AIDS and his mother is also HIV positive. His mother does business in the local village and attempts to take care of herself and Bartholomew. Bartholomew wants desperately to continue his education. If you would like to help this lovely young man in achieving his dreams, please email us at email@example.com. For $15/month, you can provide hope and a future to Bartholomew.
Rosebellah is in her 3rd year of secondary school at St. Mark's Bukire Secondary School. She is 4th in her class of 32 students and hopes to be a surgeon. Rosebellah is often sent home from school due to lack of fees. Rosebellah's father is deceased and her mother struggles to care for her and her four brothers. If you are interested in supporting Rosebellah in her pursuit of education, please email us at firstname.lastname@example.org. For $45/month, you can give her hope and a bright future!
For years, Vitalis was older than most of his classmates in primary school as his family struggled to pay his school fees and thus he suffered frequent absences from school. Several years ago, Vitalis' leg was amputated due to medical issues. He received a donated prosthetic but has since outgrown it. Thanks to the generosity of Greater Promises Ministries of Pennsylvania, Vitalis is now attending Athi River Youth Polytechnic outside of Nairobi.
If you are interested in making a donation toward Vitalis' prosthetic leg, please visit https://www.causes.com/campaigns/93896-raise-funds-for-a-prosthetic-leg-for-vitalis.