Birthday: May 10, 2003
Grade: Primary, Level 4
Sharon Asio came to Awinjo House August 13, 2016. Sharon is the daughter of Victoria Nyaphono, who had married a man who was a witch doctor. Sharon’s mother did not know that the man was a witch doctor until he sacrificed one idm universal patch of Sharon’s siblings. Her mother also found out that the man was making preparations to sacrifice the rest of the family, so she escaped from him and moved to a local village.
Despite a very difficult childhood, Sharon has been extremely helpful, very nice to the staff and children,Adguard Premium Key and even speaks great English. Sharon iobit driver booster 6.1 key has a reputation for being filled with joy and always smiling. We are working to find out how much she learned in the village school she attended before Awinjo House, to determine which class she should be in now.
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Age: 17 Birthday: July 26, 1999 Grade: Secondary, Level 3 Isaac Oloka came to Awinjo House March 8, 2016. His mother is a widow with 5 children, and was supporting her family with agriculture. However, she was bitten by a cobra and then had to have hernia surgery, so she had no income. All of... (Read more)
Age: 2 Birthday: August 231, 2009 Grade: Primary, Level 3 Shalom Iseren came to Awinjo House on June 24, 2013, after her older sister Prossy came to stay here earlier that year. Their mother died in a road accident, their father is unknown, so the children went to stay with the grandparents who could not... (Read more)
Age: 13 Birthday: 2003 Grade: Primary, Level 4 Mercy Athieno came to Awinjo House on May 14, 2009. Both of her parents are still alive, but her father has polio and cannot walk and they have 11 children and are extremely poor. When we visited the family, we could see that Mercy was sick and... (Read more)