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Solar Lanterns For Learning: Sponsorships (recipients of Solar Lanterns)

Nearly one in five people around the world do not have access to modern energy services. This LibGuide introduces you to Evans Wadongo and what you can do to help him light up Kenya.

Recipients


 

 *SPONSORED by Hialeah Y.E.S. Club Spring 2013*

 SERAH SILA

SCHOOL                  :  MIKOIKONI PRIMARY

AGE                          :  13 YRS

 FUTURE CAREER :  NURSE

FAMILY                    : THREE CHILDREN IN THE FAMILY-


FATHER AND MOTHER ARE FARMERS WITHOUT ANY FORMAL EMPLOYMENT

 


*SPONSORED by Professor Porges West
2013 Fall Wolfsan EAP 1600 M/F. Class*

WAMBUA KYALO

SCHOOL                 :  ST. MARTINS KITWII PRIMARY

AGE                          :  9 YRS

FUTURE CAREER :  PHARMACIST

FAMILY                    : THREE CHILDREN IN THE FAMILY


FATHER AND MOTHER ARE FARMERS WITHOUT  ANY FORMAL EMPLOYMENT

 

 

 

 

 

 

 *SPONSORED by Professor Porges West
2013 Fall Wolfsan EAP 1600 Saturday Class*

NTHENYA MEUMA

SCHOOL                  :  MIKOIKONI PRIMARY

AGE                          :  13 YRS

 FUTURE CAREER : LAWYER

FAMILY                    : THREE CHILDREN IN THE FAMILY-


FATHER AND MOTHER ARE FARMERS WITHOUT ANY FORMAL EMPLOYMENT. 

DOING HOME  WORK AT NIGHT IS A BIG PROBLEM BECAUSE  THE FAMILY NOT WELL UP HENCE DOES NOT HAVE MONEY TO BUY KEROSENE

 


*SPONSORED by Hialeah YES Club Fall 2013 *

MUTISYA KIOKO

SCHOOL                  :  ST. MARTINS KITWII PRIMARY

AGE                          :  5 YRS

FUTURE CAREER     :  LAWYER

FAMILY                  : FOUR CHILDREN IN THE FAMILY

 

FATHER AND MOTHER ARE FARMERS WITHOUT ANY FORMAL EMPLOYMENT. DOING HOME  WORK AT NIGHT IS A BIG PROBLEM BECAUSE  THE FAMILY NOT WELL UP HENCE DOES NOT HAVE MONEY TO BUY KEROSENE 

                   

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