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Dorothy is a student from Kenya who needs $80 by January 30, 2021 to fund her education.

$0 raised
$80 to go
The most difficult experience in my life was when I needed fees and money to buy the supplies needed to go to school. I felt so disappointed. The lesson I learnt from this is to never give up and to do my best to achieve my goals. The moment I felt very proud of myself when I got my examination results. I was so happy to see my results. I dream of becoming a neurosurgeon one day and to get there, I need to do my best in academics. I want to help my family to have a better life one day. If I had power to change my country, I would improve living standards of people in slums, help the disabled and the needy, and ensure that love and peace are in Kenya.

Birthday: 2004

Gender: Female

Family: father, mother, 2 brothers, 2 sisters, 2 grandfathers, 2 grandmothers

Funding for Form 3 2021:
Tuition, Exams, Uniform   $80

TOTAL   $80
Funding for Form 2 2020: $80
Dorothy's Journal
5 Entries
Dear World Education Fund, I am very happy to write down this essay story. I am very grateful for the scholarship programme which has enabled me to be in school for the last two terms. I am also thankful to be enrolled in this programme.
This year was running smoothly but due to the outbreak of the covid -19 pandemic we have not been in also school for almost one and a half month. It’s saddening because we won’t be in school next month. The disease has ruined the country’s economy, our parents’ jobs and now we are not in school.
I am glad because I have not been affected by the virus and I am thankful to the almighty God for keeping us safe and sound. I hope you are safe too.
I have been studying at home, hoping this nightmare will one day come to an end and get back to our normal life. The pandemic has made some of our lives here difficult. Some students are studying online which is not affordable to other students in the country. We can’t even attend U-Tena sessions which were helping us with our homework assignments.
In school we were not able to do our end term exams due to the sudden outbreak, but we did our mid-term exams. I improved compared to the last midterm exams. We did not cover all of our syllabus, but I hope all will get soon after the pandemic. Thank you for your support and keep safe.
Dear student,
Welcome back to school. I just want to say hello to you. Remember we are thinking about you. I hope this new year you set a new goal, you would like to achieve.
Meanwhile, remember to read as much as you can. Most of the knowledge you learn is from reading.  Write a couple of sentences a day.  It is nice at the end of the day to think about what you have accomplished.  It is a very good skill you should have. If you have good writing skills, it will benefit you all your life.
My friend wrote an entry to a student journal.  I thought it is so great, I would like to share it with you.  I hope we could work on these three things to make each of us a better person.
1. Respect other people's opinions even they are different from your own.
2. Experience the joy of learning
3. Touch someone's soul with your kindness.
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