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Dinnah is a student from Kenya who needs $100 by January 30, 2021 to fund her education.

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Dinnah
I am the 3rd born in the family of five children. All my brothers dropped out of school due to lack of school fees. Life is not simple at home as conditions are worsening with my dad affected with alcohol but no money for the rehabilitation. I have to look for food for the family as my mother is suffering from various health issues. All my other siblings depend on me for food and I also have to go to school. I constantly ask myself why was I born in this family and who will help me to achieve my dream of becoming a lawyer. I passed my national examination with a score of 323 despite the suffering I am going through. I hope to provide legal advice to the community and to fight corruption in our country. I believe in myself, despite of young age, and I will fight until the end.

Birthday: 2003

Gender: Female

Family: father, mother, 3 brothers, 2 sisters, 1 grandfather, 1 grandmother

Funding for Form 3 2021:
Tuition, Exams, Uniform   $100

TOTAL   $100
Funding for Form 2 2020: $100
Dinnah's Journal
11 Entries
Hallo i am at home receive my regards friends bug i want to share with you something that you should take care of follow untill the endEXAMPLES OF STI
Chlamydia
This is one of the most common STIs. It is caused by a bacterium that exists in vaginal secretions and semen ("cum"). It can be spread by vaginal, oral, or anal sex without a condom or latex/polyurethane barrier. Pregnant women can pass it on to their babies during delivery. Symptoms may include vaginal discharge and burning during urination, but most women do not have any symptoms. Chlamydia can be successfully treated with antibiotics. If left untreated, it can spread to a woman's upper, internal reproductive organs (ovaries and fallopian tubes) and cause pelvic inflammatory disease (PID). PID can lead to infertility, meaning that it may be difficult or impossible to become pregnant.

The CDC recommends yearly chlamydia screening for all sexually active women under the age of 25, as well as for older women with risk factors, such as new or multiple sex partners. Unfortunately, recent reports show that less than half of sexually active women under 25 are screened for chlamydia, in part because of a lack of awareness among health care providers. If you are not offered a chlamydia test, you may want to request one from your health care provider.

Genital Warts
Genital warts are caused by viruses. HPV (Human Papillomavirus) is the name of a large group of viruses. Certain types of HPV cause warts on the hands or feet. Other types cause infections in the genital area that can lead to genital warts, cervical cancer, or cancer of the vulva, vagina, anus, or penis. Genital HPV is spread easily through skin-to-skin contact during vaginal, oral, or anal sex. Condoms do not entirely prevent transmission. People living with HIV are more likely to be infected with HPV than HIV-negative people. People living with HIV and HPV are also more likely to develop genital warts, as well as cervical or anal cancer.

It is important to find HPV early and get treatment to prevent health problems. Regular cervical screening tests are a good way to check for HPV. There are also three effective HPV vaccines. Since the introduction of the HPV vaccines several years ago, the number of 14- to 19-year old girls infected with HPV in the US has dropped by more than half. It is important for young people to get vaccinated before they have sex (before they have been exposed to HPV), since people who are already infected with HPV may not be protected by the vaccines. For more information, see our fact sheet on HPV.

Gonorrhea
Often called "the clap," this STI is transmitted by a bacterium in vaginal secretions and semen. It can be spread through vaginal, anal, or oral sex without a condom or latex/polyurethane barrier. Symptoms may include a yellowish or greenish vaginal discharge and a burning feeling when urinating. Gonorrhea can also affect the anus and the throat. Many women have no symptoms. Gonorrhea can be treated with antibiotics. If left untreated, it can cause PID and infertility. All sexually active women should be screened for gonorrhea.
Hallo everyone
I hope you are fine amidst the corona virus
Friends life on my side is atruggle my parents are locked
in Nairobi they can not come at home they were doing
small work for people they lost the job now they are stranded
how to get back home. Ooh corona has cost alot of problems
to us now at home even we lack what to eat and just sleeping
hungry no food.
My daily warries about our small kids iam taking care for now
i need to read i need to look for food. My mother was very sick
with goiter and high blood pressure shall she survive. Day in and
out tears flows in our eyes.who knows about tomorrow and who
cares for now?
World education fund you are my source of help now you paid
the school fees for me shall I die for hunger before i use the
school fees you paid for me. Real ghis corona virus I wish it
could listen to me and leave us so that we continue with our
normal life.Thanks but pray for us.
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