Looking for sponsor in high school The following students are in dire need of support. They are bright but needy. We feel they should be supported to enable them achieve their dreams. Mary-Christine Wanjiku-Form 3 Mary is an orphan. Her father died of HIV/AIDS. The mother is infected as well. She works at a quarry mine. With her condition and the manual work, her condition is deteriorating and she falls sick often. She is unable to fend for her family during the sick days. Novella Akoth-Form Two Both parents lost their lives in a horrific accident along the Nairobi-Mombasa highway in December, 2017. With nobody to take care of them, their aunt Mary Atieno sympathized with them. She took them as her own children. Unluckily, the aunt has no source of income. She does laundry services to neighbours once in a while who pay very little that is never adequate to support the family. Yvonne Natasha-Form One Yvonne and her twin sister both in Form One were born by a single mother. The mother earlier worked as a casual labourer in a plastic manufacturing firm. When the government banned the use of plastic bags two years ago, the company closed down.With no skills, she could not find another meaningful employment. She had no option but to work in quarry mine with only a simple home-made hammer. It takes days to gather the right quantity of stones for sale. During that long waiting period, at home it is hectic to acquire basic necessities. FELIX KARIAYU FORM TWO. The father is a cobbler in the neighbourhood who depends on the little he gets to support the family. The income is not reliable since people don’t repair shoes on daily basis. The mother is a housewife. She on rare occasions is called upon to wash neighbours clothes and gets a little amount that is never enough for upkeep. Many a times they go without food and this affects his concentration in class. At time the teachers sympathize with him and offer him some food. JAMES OSUNDWA-FORM THREE The father is suffering from leukaemia and the mother operates a small grocery stall in the slum. In the slum, life is hard and most of her customers buy on credit with a promise to pay later but that never happens. She finds it hard to bring up her family from the meagre earnings. EDWIN KAMAU-FORM 3 Both parents lost their lives in a horrific accident along the Nairobi-Mombasa highway. With nobody to take care of them, their aunt sympathized with him and took them as her own children. Unluckily, the aunt has no source of income. She does laundry services to neighbours once in a while who pay very little that is never adequate to support the family.