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100% of your donations go directly to Lydiah.

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

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Lydiah
My most difficult experience was lack of enough school fees. I learnt never to give up. I felt proud of myself when I scored high marks in the national exams. My father bought me prize to congratulate me. My dream in life is to become a doctor, I will work hard and ensure the safety to my family. I will build them a house and help them to start their own business. To reach my dream, I will get there by avoiding bad company. If I had power to change my country, all I would like to do is avoid corruption and make Kenya a patriotic country. I would also discourage tribalism.

Birthday: 2004

Gender: Female

Family: father, mother, 2 brothers

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

TOTAL   $80
Funding for Form 2 2020: $80
Lydiah's Journal
5 Entries
My name is Lydia wangechi.i totally appreciate the services you offered to me like motivational talks .they have made me feel motivated and get to change a lot .the academics support have gradually improved my academics status mostly in sciences simply because I can now balance an equation in chemistry.
I also want to thank world education fund for the scholarship they give me.this has help me and my parents to work and be able to cater for younger siblings.realising this ,the challenges that I face under different circumstances, I could not let this opportunity pass away and I promised to work hard and shine.
The challenge during this corona pandemic is that we are not able to do practical learning. Practical helps me to improve on weak areas. I hope will be able to access such classes in future
Lydia wangechi
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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