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100% of your donations go directly to Esterbela.

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

$0 raised
$100 to go
Life at home is not simple and I have to struggle and live in the condition we are in. Having a meal is not simple as my parents are not able to provide us with regular meals. It is sad to see my brothers and sister not going to school due to lack of school fees.
Due to hard conditions I presently even lack basic needs like sanitary towel. I have to remain at home during my monthly period to avoid shame and embarrassment in school. This affects my study so much, but I still passed my primary examination with 283 marks. I am determined to succeed and become a doctor so that I may help the community especially people suffering from cancer that has become a monster in our nation.

Birthday: 2002

Gender: Female

Family: father, mother, 3 brothers, 1 sister

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

TOTAL   $100
Funding for Form 2 2020: $100
Esterbela's Journal
11 Entries
Hallo everyone iam how are you protecting yourself from this disease i wish you be protected but today i share with the following mineral encompasses the following
1. Formed by a natural process ( anthropogenic compounds are excluded).
2. Stable or metastable at room temperature (25 °C). In the simplest sense, this means the mineral must be solid. Classical examples of exceptions to this rule include native mercury, which crystallizes at −39 °C, and water ice, which is solid only below 0 °C; because these two minerals were described before 1959, they were grandfathered by the International Mineralogical Association (IMA).Modern advances have included extensive study of liquid crystals, which also extensively involve mineralogy.
3. Represented by a chemical formula. Minerals are chemical compounds, and as such they can be described by fixed or a variable formula. Many mineral groups and species are composed of a solid solution; pure substances are not usually found because of contamination or chemical substitution. For example, the olivine group is described by the variable formula (Mg, Fe) 2SiO 4, which is a solid solution of two end-member species, magnesium-rich forsterite and iron-rich fayalite , which are described by a fixed chemical formula. Mineral species themselves could have a variable composition, such as the sulfide mackinawite, (Fe, Ni) 9S 8, which is mostly a ferrous sulfide, but has a very significant nickel impurity that is reflected in its formula.
4. Ordered atomic arrangement. This generally means crystalline; however, crystals are also periodic, so the broader criterion is used instead. An ordered atomic arrangement gives rise to a variety of macroscopic physical properties, such as crystal form, hardness, and cleavage. [13] There have been several recent proposals to classify biogenic or amorphous substances as minerals. The formal definition of a mineral approved by the IMA in 1995: "A mineral is an element or chemical compound that is normally crystalline and that has been formed as a result of geological processes."
5. Usually abiogenic (not resulting from the activity of living organisms). Biogenic substances are explicitly excluded by the IMA: "Biogenic substances are chemical compounds produced entirely by biological processes without a geological component (e.g., urinary calculi, oxalate crystals in plant tissues, shells of marine molluscs, etc.) and are not regarded as minerals. However, if geological processes were involved in the genesis of the compound, then the product can be accepted as a mineral."
What's happening now in the world is
Carrying for sure. Many people are dying schools have been closed
And the price of food in the market is high.
Who will save the world now.

Iam at home but iam just fearing I hope
It goes well so that we go back to school
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