An update & thank you from R.E.A.D. scholar, John Kibe

In developing countries especially in Africa literacy, education and skills is the only way to economic independency in the future.

5th dec 2017

 Hey,

My name is john kairu kibe, 23 years of age. Born and raised in central Kenya currently Nyeri county. Am the 2nd born and the middle kid in our family. my dad passed on when I was 3yrs so my mum had to raise us by herself.it wasn’t easy though she did everything she could to ensure we had the basics.it wasn’t easy for given she dint have a formal job.  She is my greatest hero up to now.

After my primary education my mum couldn’t afford my secondary education fee. I was moved to by grace disabled and orphans Centre in Kayole Nairobi, where I started and completed my high school, [2009-2012]. It is during that time in high school that I meet kayli. Her organization R.E.A.D. transformed the education department in the school.by buying updated text books, teaching materials and laboratory equipment’s. the programme expanded to taking qualified students to universities. This gave me hope and a self-drive to education.

currently I am a fourth year student at Kenyatta university taking a bachelor’s degree in economics and statistics.it is through R.E.A.D. that am able to have smooth learning. Paying for my bills and accommodation for the last 3 yrs. hopefully I graduate next year.am an aspiring president. Thanks to you.

I have been lucky to accompany kayli over the last few years in buying and distribution of textbooks to several other children homes and it has been a breath taking moment. In developing countries especially in Africa literacy, education and skills is the only way to economic independency in the future.

Accept my appreciation for the good work, donations, and for your time. Whatever little you give it has a great impact to us. education will not only expose us to the world but also gives us an opportunity to compete at the highest levels.

Lastly I wish you all and your loved ones happy holidays. Merry Christmas and a happy 2018.

Yours in Kenya,

John kairu kibe

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