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Leina Nkoliaa ILK-M58

 

2/20/2006

 

Leina is from our Illkerine Hope Center, and his is in Standard Six. He comes from a family of three brothers and three sisters. Leina assists his parents by taking care of the cows, and cleaning the compound during holiday breaks. His favorite bible story is of Luke.

Abubakar Abdulaziz KIB-M290 

 

2/15/2012

 

Abubakar is the second child in a family of three children, with an older sister who is in grade seven and a younger brother who is four years old. Their mother is a casual worker working as laundry lady whenever she gets the opportunity. The father works on the construction sites as an assistant for the workers. This makes it difficult for them to cater for the needs of the family because the income of both parents is not sufficient to meet the basic needs of the family. Abubakar can do well in school, and so with the help of school fees through the sponsorship program, his quality of his life can greatly be improved.

 

Ann Nasieku  ILK-F50

 

10/4/2006

 

Ann is in the sixth grade this year. She has one sister and five  brothers. Her mother, Soipei, sells charcoal along the highway to earn money, and her father is employed at a big farm where he takes care of the animals. Their little bit of income is not enough to provide their children with basic needs like clothing and medical attention, inaddition to school fees.

Wycliffe Odhiambo Okelo  KSU-M38

 

7/18/2006

Wycliffe lives with his  parents. His father was involved in a car accident  and lost  both of his legs. His mother finds casual work when available. Wycliffe comes from a family of three girls and six boys. The girls are all married. Wycliffe's elder brothers find casual fishing jobs at the shores of Lake Victoria. Wyclife really wants to have an education.

Shadrack Soitanae ILK-M53

 

4/21/2004

 

Shadrack lives with his parents along with his six sister and two brothers. He has to walk for miles to get to school. His parents only sources of income are burning charcoal and farming their land. Sometimes rains do not do well in this region, especially from 2015 to date.  It's been quite dry in most areas of Narok. Shadrack would like to finish school and become a teacher to give back to the community.

Alphones Onyango KSU-M29

 

10/5/2004

 

Alphones, father died from tuberculosis in 1997. His mother now helps village community workers train people on HIV/AIDS and earns a little income from these non-governmental bodies. She also has a small vegetable business from which she collects income. She feeds and takes care of three  boys. In the recent past Alphones has not been attending classes due to lack of school fees. He would like to further his education but needs support with fees.

Benson Kesier ILK-M52

 

5/13/2005

 

Benson has to walk several miles to school since the school next to him which was built by missionaries from Kenya Hope does not accommodate students in 6th grade. Even animal threats like hyenas and elephants on his trek to school each day do not prevent this soft spoken young boy from fulfilling his dreams of becoming a animal doctor - a veteranarian. Benson has three sisters and three older brothers. His parents depend on farming, keeping animals, and burning charcoal for a living.

Elser Aluoch Adhiambo KSU-F45

 

10/25/2004

 

Sadly Elser's mom passed away as a result of meningitis but was also HIV/AIDS positive, as is Elser. Sabina, a sister to Elser's mom and herself a widow, has been supporting and educating Elser from her small vegetable business, along with her own two children. They all live at Sabina's father's compound. Elser does very well academically.

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