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100% of your donations go directly to Ratifa Mendrady.

Ratifa Mendrady is a student from Tanzania who needs $110 by July 15, 2020 to fund her education.

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Ratifa Mendrady
Poor life conditions is the difficulty that I face. In order to overcome it, I must study hard and work hard at all activities.
When I passed my exams, I felt proud because some of questions were very difficult. Even if they were difficult, I did well.
My happiest moment in my life is to see all thing that I am going to perform are going better especially in my subjects
My dream is to be a medical heart doctor. In order to reach it, I must study hard especially medical subjects.
After reach my dream, I will help my family, community and WEF.
I would like to change my country by giving education to people, especially about corruption and poverty.

Birthday: 2002

Gender: Female

Favorite Classes: Biology, Physics

Favorite Books: Novels

I Want to Be: Doctor (Heart)

Hobbies: Read books

Family: father, mother, 1 brother, 3 sisters

Funding for Form 6 2020:
School Fees   $110

TOTAL   $110
Funding for Form 5 2019: $100
Funding for Form 4 2018: $375
Funding for Form 3 2017: $380
Funding for Form 2 2016: $400
Ratifa Mendrady's Journal
85 Entries
Hello Everyone,
I hope this post finds you safe and healthy! I heard many of your schools are closed due to Coronavirus. It is not easy to stay at home for a long time and not going out to see friends. We are practicing shelter in place (stay at home) in California for at least two weeks, then our government will decide will to do next. While we have more time to be with our family, social isolation could also cause some issues such as depressions and anxiety. So it is essential to keep yourself busy each day. Maybe you can set a schedule for yourself now that school is out. Students tend to sleep late and get up late when there is no set schedule. You can allocate certain number of hours each day to do your school work or do some self learning. Make sure you exercise each day to keep you healthy both physically and mentally. This is also a great time to help your parents with house chores or learn how to cook a new dish. In my family, after we finish our work/study each day, we play board games, watch a movie together or do puzzles. In the first week of lock down, we have finished a 1500 piece jigsaw puzzle. I hope you all do your part to keep social distance and beat Coronavirus.
Please take care,
Grace
Hello Judy,
It's my hope your fine.I am really fine,together with my studies and other activities.I thank God I am now nearly to complete Ordinary Level. Soon on Monday 5th November 2018 I am going to seat for my final examination it is my wish performing better.I really give you great thanks for your help since 2016 it was like a dream but it couldn't happen without your support you showed me the way how to reach my goals.It's my prayer to God to help you for your kindness because my God helps those who help others.Hopely He will protect you in your ways let my God give you everlasting life and let Him reign in your life be blessed in Jesus name I will never forget you in my entire life wishing you all the best in your life.
AMEN
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