Jackton Maloba Bwire
Jackton Maloba Bwire
Maxwell is currently in form 1 at St Peters Makunda Secondary School where he continues to show impressive results. Without sponsorship he doesn’t stand a chance at education.
Jackton’s single mother is seriously ill.
Jackton Maloba Bwire is 19 years old while the younger brother Maxwel Ojiambo Bwire is 17 years old. They are both living in usia village mahanga mageta Island. The father Geofrey Bwire Maloba is dead while the mother Millicent Juma is alive but ailingand living in extreme poverty. The two brothers are now without choice but to be under the care of their paternal aunt Adlia Owaki. The aunt has dependents including 23 year old Elvance Owaki who has no income, 2 year old Hope Bwire, 75 year old Nabwana Maloba 8 year old Emanuel Kayongo and 19 year old Mary Apondi .
The guardian is a peasant farmer earning USD 117 annually.
The aunt is a peasant farmer earning Kenya shillings 12000 annually; but due to unpredictable weather patterns the farming business has been adversely affected in almost every part of this county. With the further reduction of an already low income, life has become extremely difficult for Adlia and everyone who depends on her. Each day is a new struggle. They have to make do without most basic needs.
Both Jackton and Maxwell are bright.
Jackton went to Rugunga Primary School where he was always a top student.He continues to show impressive results at St Benedict Budalangi High school where he is currently a form 3 student.
Maxwell on the other hand went to Runyu Primary School where he always performed impressively well. He is currently in form 1 at St Peters Makunda Secondary School where he continues to show impressive results. He does well despite being on and off school for fees. He is extremely good in Chemistry, Agriculture and Business Studies in which he scores straight A’s
Both Jackton and Maxwell are hugely in arrears in their respective schools.
For USD 334 annually, Maxwell has a chance to be in school.
It costs Kenya shillings 34109 annually to support Maxwell. Considering the huge balances he has in arrears, he will need a four year support to be through with secondary education.
For USD 389 annually, Jackton has a chance to be in school.
It costs Kenya shillings 36150 annually to support Jackton. Considering the huge arrears that he has in school, he will need a three year support to be through with secondary education