Scholarship student Doris today shares her amibiton:
When I grow up I would like to be a doctor, specialising in surgery.
Knowing many people are dying of serious diseases because of lack of well trained and learned doctors has given me motivation and courage to go on with this dream.
I would like to save the innocent lives of those who are indeed in need of my help. I would be available and affordable for everyone.
The support we are being given here at Happy House gives me strength.e. Truly this is a
really magic family.
My ambition has always be in my deep nerves and I truly believe that it will come true one day. Only through hard work and determination,
Every dream can come true. I have decided to work extra hard in my studies, take everything seriously and of course follow what my teacher’s want me to do.
You've been framed
Doors and windows have gone in, Jay the electrician has got the wiring done as our four new classrooms rise rapidly.
It's just amazing how fast Carlos, our builder, and his team have worked to turn our school extension plan into a reality.
Other craftsmen are all set to get to work with the target of being finished by the start of the new school term on Tuesday, or very soon afterwards.
These pictures taken a couple of days ago have come courtesy of Happy house kid Musyoka who very kindly took them for us.
And, I'm sure you'll agree, she's done a very good job.
Thank you to everyone who has fundraised to make this happen, or who has made a donation, you are truly changing lives of children by helping us to give them the best education in the best possible conditions.
If you would like to make a donation please go to: https://www.justgiving.com/campaigns/charity/childrenofwatamu/classroomsforkids