Esther

Starehe Girls’ Centre has sent Learning Means a brief background story to each student we are supporting:

Esther is fourteen years old, and is the first born in a family of two children. Her father passed away leaving them under the care of their mother who works as a fruit seller. Her sibling has not started schooling and is at home. Esther was under sponsorship in the above named school. Her best subjects were Mathematics and Science. She would like to be a Doctor in future and loves playing football during her free time.

Esther has been a hard working student, and managed to score 427 marks out of the possible 500 marks in the Kenya Certificate of Primary Education (K.C.P.E.) examination 2017.

She gained admission at Starehe Girls’ Centre due to her exemplary performance and the recommendations by the Head teacher, local Chief and the Pastor. 

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Nye LM-elever!

Arbeidet med Learning Means gir resultater!

Vi har fullført støtten til seks elever ved Starehe Girls’ Centre, og seks nye elever er nå valgt ut til å få støtte fra Learning Means fremover; Esther Wairimu Mwangi, Eunice Yaya Lino, Joy Mueni Kamene, Valary Akinyi Akelo,  Winnie Barongo og Nelvin Nelima.

I ukene fremover vil dere få vite litt om hver student, vi håper på at alle er med på å støtte Learning Means videre!