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100% of your donations go directly to Catherine Sadoki.

Catherine Sadoki is a student from Tanzania who needs $100 to fund her education.

$50 raised
$100 to go
Catherine Sadoki
I live with my mother and my young sister. The moment that I felt proud of myself was when I passed the standard 7 national exam. The most difficult experience in my life was when my father did not have money for me to go to school. What I learnt from that is to study hard so that my young sister does not experience the same thing.

To me, my happiest moments were when my young sister was born and also was when I was chosen to join The School Fund. My dream is to become a doctor and I will study hard so that I reach it.

Birthday: 2005

Gender: Female

Family: mother, 1 brother, 1 sister, 1 grandfather, 2 grandmothers

Funding for Form 3 2020:
Tuition, Exams, Uniform   $150

TOTAL   $150
Funding for Form 2 2019: $100
Catherine Sadoki's Journal
329 Entries
Hello everyone,
Today i would like to tell you something......................
Hello Everyone
It is my hope that all of you are doing fine and i am also doing fine.Today i would like to share with you something about Flowers.
Flower, the characteristic reproductive structure of angiosperms. As popularly used, the term “flower” especially applies when part or all of the reproductive structure is distinctive in colour and form.
In their range of colour, size, form, and anatomical arrangement, flowers present a seemingly endless variety of combinations. They range in size from minute blossoms to giant blooms. In some plants, such as poppy, magnolia, tulip, and petunia, each flower is relatively large and showy and is produced singly, while in other plants, such as aster, snapdragon, and lilac, the individual flowers may be very small and are borne in a distinctive cluster known as an inflorescence. Regardless of their variety, all flowers have a uBasically, each flower consists of a floral axis upon which are borne the essential organs of reproduction (stamens and pistils) and usually accessory organs (sepals and petals); the latter may serve to both attract pollinating insects and protect the essential organs. The floral axis is a greatly modified stem; unlike vegetative stems, which bear leaves, it is usually contracted, so that the parts of the flower are crowded together on the stem tip, the receptacle. The flower parts are usually arrayed in whorls (or cycles) but may also be disposed spirally, especially if the axis is elongate. There are commonly four distinct whorls of flower parts: (1) an outer calyx consisting of sepals; within it lies (2) the corolla, consisting of petals; (3) the androecium, or group of stamens; and in the centre is (4) the gynoecium, consisting of the pistils.niform function, the reproduction of the species through the production of seed.

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