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

$0 raised
$80 to go
Geoffery Amboye
My happiest moment in life and when I felt proud of myself was when I passed my first exam in secondary school. My dream in life is to finish my studies and succeed in becoming an accountant. I will get there by working hard in life and most of all in my studies. I will help my family/community/WEF through mentorship and by contributing financially when I am capable. If I had power to change my country, I would first help the poor and mostly help the children to finish their studies in school and achieve their dreams.

Birthday: 2003

Gender: Male

Family: father, mother, 1 brother, 1 sister, 2 grandfathers, 2 grandmothers

O-Level School: Sub County School

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

TOTAL   $80
Funding for Form 2 2020: $80
Geoffery's Journal
6 Entries
First let me start by saying thank you for the Christmas gift I got from WEF and the U-TENA youth organization. Christmas being the time to bringing families together I get a reason to smile about.
Due to the existence of the corona pandemic, it doesn’t mean that the festive season won’t be celebrated, even though it has caused more harm than good we’ve have learnt how to cope with it since at first it was hard to access libraries or even to attend our usual U-TENA mentorship sessions.
Now we are able to access educational materials and continue with our home based learning even though it is a bit challenging due to the distractions from the surroundings.
As I celebrate my festive season, I am determined to go back to school in January and continue with my syllabus which is a good thing since learning from home is quite hard.as I enjoy this festive season I also wish you a happy and prosperous festive season.
I take this wonderful opportunity to thank the World Education Fund for the subsidy that I got from them which has enable me to continue with my studies with no disturbance of lack fees.
The A lot- Change program has been so much beneficial in the mentorship sessions which has help me to solve life issues during this time.
The program has help me not to get involve in bad companies since most of the time we are busy learning and making use of our free time.
We were expected to resume our holiday program after along break when we reopened our schools but all over sudden a disaster was announced which is the corona pandemic it has distorted our learning activities and made it hard to access learning institutions but all in all we hope that the pandemic will come to an end.
Geoffrey Otanga
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