Benedict Okoth Oduor
Benedict has consistently scored a mean grade of A in most of his exams notwithstanding the obvious challenges that he goes through in life. He is currently a form three student but without sponsorship, he cannot go back to school.
Benedict has poverty stricken parents.
Benedict Okoth Oduor is 18 years old living with both parents in barchando north sakwa. The parents are Joseph Oduor Abuto and Benta Awino Oduor . Other siblings include 15 year old Michael Onyango Oduor 20 year old Sophia Anyango Oduor, 12 year old Elizabeth Achieng Oduor, and 4 year old Lavin Akoth Oduor.
The parents earn an average of USD 35 a month.
The parents operate a small business from which they earn Kenya shillings 3600 a month. They have additional dependents including Mitchel Akinyi and Treva Mark Oduor both of whom are still in primary school.
Benedict is a bright boy.
He went to Nyabenge primary school where he was one of the top students in the Kenya Certificate of Primary Education exams of 2014. He is currently one of the best students at Nyabenge secondary school. He has consistently scored a mean grade of A in most of his exams notwithstanding the obvious challenges that he goes through in life. he is currently in form three.
For USD 167 annually, Benedict has a chance to be in school.
He is hugely in arrears and it costs Kenya shillings 17100 to support him annually. he will need a three year support to be through with his secondary education.
Both the parents are alive but they cannot support the family due to low income. He is an extremely bright and hard working boy.