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100% of your donations go directly to Neema Tito.

Neema Tito is a student from Tanzania who needs $150 by January 30, 2021 to fund her education.

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Neema Tito
I live with my parents and other family members. The most difficulty I faced in my life was when my sister was in a car accident and became unconscious. The happiest moments in my life are when all members of my family and community are happy.

I want to be a pilot because I like to fly to the sky. In order to achieve this, I am supposed to study hard. When I achieve my dream, I will help my family and community. For my family, I will give them basic needs and take them to a safe place. When I have power to change the country, I will build many primary and secondary schools so children can go and study there.

Birthday: 2004

Gender: Female

Family: father, mother, 1 brother, 1 sister, 1 grandfather

Funding for Form 4 2021:
Tuition, Exams, Uniform   $150

TOTAL   $150
Funding for Form 3 2020: $150
Funding for Form 2 2019: $100
Neema Tito's Journal
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Hi school fund students

Thank you for writing back. Aren’t you happy the August exam is over. I know more exams are waiting for you out there. Did I tell you I had to take many many exams at your age. Nothing is easy. Just to try to find time to do something that will relax you, that will bring some joy to your life.,

Recently we had a big thunderstorm. During the storm, lightening ignited dry grasses and trees and started several fires. The fires got bigger and bigger. The air has been full of ashes. It is unhealthy to breath in the polluted air. One day the whole sky turned orange. We could not see the sun. It was pretty scary. A couple days ago, Miraculously a tiny amount of rain came. The rain washed most of the ashes away. Now the sky is blue again. If this does not convince people that global warming is for real, I do not know how we ever going to convince the doubters.

Some of you wrote back to me to tell me you did I very well at the exam. I a, very happy and proud of you.

Good luck in the next exam.

Until next time,
Indy
Hello W.E.F TEAM
At this moment I would like to share with you something about COFFEE PLANTATION in Costa Rica



A coffee plantation in the Orosí valley
Coffee production has played a key role in Costa Rica's history and continues to be important to the country's economy. In 2006, coffee was Costa Rica's number three export,[1] after being the number one cash crop export for several decades. In 1997, the agriculture sector employed 28 percent of the labor force and comprised 20 percent of Costa Rica's total GNP.[2] Production increased from 158,000 tons in 1988 to 168,000 tons in 1992. The largest growing areas are in the provinces of San José, Alajuela, Heredia, Puntarenas, and Cartago. The coffee is exported to other countries in the world and is also exported to cities in Costa Rica
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