Education; Meet Some of Wildlife Works Bursary Recipients
This week, we wanted to introduce you to a few students who got the chance to receive Wildlife Works bursaries and what it means to them.
This is Joseph Mboya, an 18 year old student at Moi Boys High School in Kasigau, located in one of our project area. Joseph comes from a single parent family and is the second born in a family of four. His mother works as a farmer and cannot cater for his tuition and his siblings forcing him to stay at home because of lack of school fees. Now at form four, Joseph has been receiving wildlife works bursaries since form one.
“Thanks to Wildlife Works bursaries, Joseph i am confident of achieving my dream as an accountant. My favorite subject is Maths.”
All the best to you Joseph!
Meet Martha Achia, a form 3 student student at Kasigau Girls’ Secondary School. Martha is an orphan and lives with her aunt in a remote area known as Makwasinyi, also one of Wildlife Works project areas. Her aunt is a basket weaver and cannot afford to pay for Martha’s secondary tuition. Wildlife Works bursaries have enabled her to continue with her education. Martha wants to become a teacher in future and has promised to work hard to achieve her dreams!
Millicent Mwalugha, a student at Kasigau Girls Secondary School is the last born in a family of 3. The 19 year old is an orphan lives with her grandmother in an area called Jora. Her favourite subject is Biology and she wants to be an Accountant in future. During the holidays, she likes to visit friends and relatives. “I want to thank Wildlife Works for their bursaries and i promise to work hard in school,” she says.
Alex njenga kone
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