04-02-2011 by Leni Frau
The story of Susan Gaita, a fifteen years old girl of Pokomo ethnic group, is a common story unfortunately happens to many young people of the district of Malindi, but she has something more: it is very good at school and this could save her.
She lost her father, elected best student of the Central Primary School, wanted to enroll in high school, some of his good results.
But his mom gave serious signs of mental imbalance, until the complete madness, so much so that the girl was taken away from home and is a guest of a generous local family, although poor.
Just to let her go to school, some former Susan teachers have set up a collection and have enrolled at Barani High School, and this makes you understand how to take his education and his future. Malindikenya.net has responded to the call of the deputy head of the Central and has already found two Italian tourists who want to help Susan.
Thanks to Elena, a Venetian girl a heart of gold, we paid the bill for the first quarter, including books and uniform. But also the rest of the year is safe and another Italian tourists will also take care of Susan in the coming years. Now it remains to settle the question of room and board, but do not despair. The malindikenya.net friends are many and, reading us, we have learned that we do things right.
Anyone interested in helping Susan, can call Freddie at 0720/178982 or write to firstname.lastname@example.org. Also because, done with Susan, it is to accommodate even the little brother, who is in his last year of elementary and promises well as her sister. We'll make it, Susan!
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