Daisy has five brothers. Her oldest brother is studying at Nairobi University. Her four younger brothers live at home with her mother. A few years ago her father passed away unexpectedly, leaving her mother as the sole provider for her family. Daisy’s mother focuses on providing the basic needs such as food, clothing and shelter for her family, but is unable to pay for her children’s education.
Since her father’s passing, Daisy has moved to Boror community to live with her aunt and continue her education. She says:
I want to become a lawyer, to be able to sustain myself so that I can help others in need as you have done to me. In fact, if it were not for you I would have gotten married only because of school fees difficulties. I am really grateful for your support.
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