Category Archives: Awaiting Sponsorship

Pinky Rahma Salim

Pinky is one of our success stories, though she still wants to pursue her course in Community Development, and New Begin seeks support to see her through her college part in Kenya Polytechnic.

Pinky got a mean grade C+ which is a great achievement given the environment is not conducive to her studying comfortably. She’s a hard worker, very sociable, and gets along well with anybody who comes her way.

 

David Karisa

David and Vanessa Kadzo are twins; their mum is a single mother who gave birth to her children at 14 years, so she is a young other who never went to school. Vanessa and David stay with their grandmother who has no job to support them well. The children are bright, Vanessa is a little shy while David is a bit of a bully, but very funny.
Both children are in KG3 supported by New Begin. Join us in supporting them.

Vanessa Kadzo

Vanessa and David Karisa are twins; their mum is a single mother who gave birth to her children at 14 years, so she is a young other who never went to school. Vanessa and David stay with their grandmother who has no job to support them well. The children are bright, Vanessa is a little shy while David is a bit of a bully, but very funny.
Both children are in KG3 supported by New Begin. Join us in supporting them.

Ramadhan Kokonya

Kokonya is in KG1 at Ananda Marga Academy. KG1 is foundation stage, and many children don’t get this chance as there are no free nursery schools in Kenya and many parents cannot afford to pay for nursery education.
Kokonya is very bright but shy, he does not like sitting around people but prefers to be alone.
Kokonya’s fees are 3,000 KES per term (about 65 GBP per year).

Sheila Mwenesi

Sheila is a very enthusiastic girl, and makes people laugh a lot when she is around, even though she is an orphan. She lives with her aunt (her father’s sister).
She is a hard-working girl, attending Bamburi Community High School, where she is in Form 2.
Sheila has 2 siblings in Class 4 and Class 8 at Kiembeni Primary School. Please touch her life and help her achieve her dreams.
Sheila’s fees are 21,600 KES per year (about GBP150 at current rates).

Noel Omondi

Noel went to Kiembeni Baptist Primary School and proceeded to Mtwapa Elite Academy.

It was not easy for New Begin to raise the sponsorship, but going shop-to-shop and also plaes such as Doshi Enterprises, Datoo Enterprises and other organisations that are doing similar work to support vulnerable children, we managed to see Noel through school.

Noel is very bright, very ambitious, and very hard working. He gained a mean grade of B- and wants to join DayStar University, but we don’t have the money to support him through this course. Maybe you will be touched to give him this opportunity?

Fees are of the order of 100,000 KES per semester.

Japhet Mwanyengela Leroy

Japhet Mwanyengela Leroy 02Japhet is in Class 1 at Anandmarga Primary School. He is very energetic and always smiling, and even without saying much you can from his look. Japhet’s mum is an HIV-positive single parent who is also epileptic.

Japhet needs support to pursue his education. New Begin is trying their best, but kindly request your good heart to support the programme so as to put more smiles on his face.

Martin Dzombo

Martin is a affected, orphaned child: both parents died from HIV-related illness. He is in Waa Boys School.

New Begin started supporting Martin but were unable to continue, and they now need to seek external support for him to continue his education.

Martin is a very active boy and likes curriculum, football and basketball; he is very good in class. He completed Form 1 in 2012.

School fees are of the order of 36,000 KES per year (split 17,000 / 15,000 / 4,000 by term).

Christine Apiyo

Christine Apiyo is a mother of 5 children; Christine and 2 of the children are HIV+. New Begin supports the household with food because Christine has no job, even though she is a hard-working woman, because of sickness and being weak.  She needs support because the children who are taking Antiretroviral drugs (ARV) cannot go to school without food.

The children, Mary Atieno, Daniel, Obiero, Joseph and Mummy together with the father (who just has a casual job) live their lives below 1 dollar a day.

Scaver Mwinga

Scaver is one of the children of Sinclair Kumbu Chippi, who needs support because  he is only a casual worker and not only are some off his children at high school but he also cares for his late brother’s orphaned daughter. He is in Form 2 at Njumbi High School, Murang’a.

Fees are 22,285/15,680/11,850 per term).

Scaver’s sisters Sylvia Kadii and Risper Nzingo also require support.

Sylvia Kadii

Sylvia is in class 7 at Utange Baptist Primary School. She is one of the children of Sinclair Kumbu Chippi, who needs support because  he is only a casual worker and not only are some of his children at high school but he also cares for his late brother’s orphaned daughter.

Fees are 15,900 KES per year (6,800/4,550/4,550 per term).

Sylvia’s siblings Risper Nzingo and Scaver Mwinga also require support.

Rispar Nzingo

Rispar is in class 1 at Utange Baptist Primary School. She is one of the children of Sinclair Kumbu Chippi, who needs support because  he is only a casual worker and not only are some off his children at high school but he also cares for his late brother’s orphaned daughter.

Fees are 14,800 KES per year (6,300/4,250/4,250 per term).

Rispeer’s siblings Scaver Mwinga and Sylvia Kadii also require support.

Mary Sidi Hare

Mary Sidi Hare

Mary and Elizabeth Kadzo Hare are the daughters of Hare Tsuma, who is asking for help because he has many children and has no permanent job. Some of the children are in high school. Mary is about to enter Standard 8, her final year of primary school, at Majaoni Upper Hill Primary School.

Fees are 7,500/7,500/4,000 for the 3 terms, with meal charges of 300KES per week.

Elizabeth Kadzo Hare

hare elizabeth kadzo

Elizabeth and Mary Sidi Hare are the daughters of Hare Tsuma, who is asking for help because he has many children and has no permanent job. Some of the children are in high school. Elizabeth has completed Form 1 at St Angelic Secondary School at Meru, but needs support to rejoin Form 2 in January 2014.

School fees are 11,900 KES for the firsts term of 2014. Boarding, meals and transport costs are likely to be required too.