Sponsorship Candidates

VALLARY ANYOSO  – Born 16th December, 2005

Vallary is a quiet and humble girl who is being raised by her mother after her father abandoned her following family disagreements that resulted into Valary’s mother being sent away from her matrimonial home.  At such an early age, Valary had lost all hope but her mother has been an inspiration to her. The only thing that Valary wanted from her life was to take her back in time to the days when her parents were close to her… when she used to go to school all excited to get a good education. She wanted to relive those days when she had no pain or worries stopping her from playing and laughing care freely with her friends. She wanted to be surrounded by people who looked after her and cared for her well-being just like old times. God heard her prayers and though she could not reunite with her father, she got a loving family at Daisy Centre and School where she met caring friends and received support for her primary school education needs. Her loving mother has also been always at her side to offer her the necessary parental care and guidance. These restored Valary’s hope in life and she worked smart in her studies and scored 339/500 marks in the 2020 Kenya Certificate of Primary Education (KCPE) examinations. Her mother received the good news with both joy and worries – Joy because of her daughter’s impressive academic performance and worry because she  can’t afford to pay for Valary’s high school education.  Imagine the pain Valary will have to go through for missing to join high school due to lack of school fees. You can be the person to offer Valary a shoulder to lean on by donating financial and material support for her high school education. Please make the donation to Daisy Centre and School to help her complete her education so that she can look forward to the bright, happy future she truly deserves and achieve her dream of becoming a Music Artist.

BEYONCE ASHIOYA – Born 4th April, 2007

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Beyonce is a very calm and respectful girl. She stays with her mother and two siblings. The family is still struggling to come to terms with losing her father who died under mysterious circumstances when Beyonce was still very young. He was the sole bread winner for the family and his death left Beyonce on her own with her helpless mother and siblings whose lives now changed, no one to take responsibility of them, no one to look after them, no one to provide for them, and no one to look at for help in the whole world. At an age when children cry for toys and ask for their favorite food, all that Beyonce wanted is the company and embrace of her father. Daisy Centre and School came to the rescue of this family by supporting  with the primary school education needs for Beyonce and her siblings. Though it took her long to recover from her father’s loss, her teachers at Daisy offered her the necessary guiding and counselling to help her to positively focus on her studies. We admire her courage to have accepted the loss and this motivated her to score 374/500 marks in the 2020 Kenya Certificate of Primary Education (KCPE) examinations. As of now, she wishes to be granted the financial and material support to enable her further her education at high school level. We believe with continued support she will succeed in life and be a blessing to the global society. Please make the donation to Daisy Centre and School to help her complete her education so that she can look forward to the bright, happy future she truly deserves and achieve her dream of becoming a Magistrate.

STANELY OMUSOTSI – Born 12th January, 2004

Stanley has been raised in a background of abject poverty. He stays with his grandmother who is his only source of inspiration because she is always around to offer him a shoulder to lean on and protect him from his violent father. Stanley does not know the  whereabouts of his mother who he has neither seen or heard from her. His father is a habitual drunkard and does not care about the needs of his family.  However, this didn’t dampen Stanley’s spirit. Infact it gave him reason to soldier on in pursuing his dream of becoming an Engineer when he grows up. The Educational support he received from Daisy Centre and School has greatly transformed his life and motivated him to work smart academically. He scored an impressive 361/500 marks in the 2020 Kenya Certificate of Primary Education (KCPE) examinations and this has brightened the poverty stricken family. Stanley’s only worry at the moment is how to raise the finances required for his high school education. You can make his dream come true by donating financial and material resources to enable him join high school. Please make the donation to Daisy Centre and School to help him complete his education so that he can look forward to the bright, happy future he truly deserves. We believe with your support, he will grow up into a responsible man and give back to the global

LAURINE NECHESA – Born 4th September, 2006

Laurine is a very calm and hardworking girl who, despite the difficult living conditions at home, she scored an impressive 348/500 marks in the 2020 Kenya Certificate of Primary Education (KCPE) examinations. She stays with her grandmother who struggled to educate Laureen at Daisy Centre and School. Her father is a young man on a job-hunting mission in the city and how he wishes he had a job to support his daughter. Since her parent’s relationship didn’t lead to marriage, Laureen has lived with her grandmother to date and her mother got married to a different man. Most of the time Laureen would be out of school due to a lack of fees but still, she posted very impressive results in both internal and external examinations. We admire the thirst she has for education and the determination she has in pursuing her dream career of becoming a Medical Doctor when she grows up. Maybe Laureen will find a solution to the current global medical problems. She can only achieve this with your financial & material support for her education.  Please make the donation to Daisy Centre and School to help her to complete her education so that she can look forward to the bright, happy future she truly deserves


28th April, 2021

JESCAH JOY MUSUNGU – 13th June, 2007

Joy is her name and Joy is her nature. She is a very calm and jovial girl. Looking at her you may mistake her for a grade 3 student but no, she is set to join high school in July 2021 if God provides the financial resources she requires for her education. Despite her difficult living conditions at home, she put her best foot forward and scored an impressive 299/500 in the 2020 Kenya Certificate of Primary Education (KCPE) examinations. Some times death robs children of dear parents who could have lived to see their children grow into successful adults. Jescah lost her father at a young age and this distabilized the family very much. He was all the family had but his death negatively impacted the living conditions of the family forcing Jescah’s mother to pick up the mantle of fending for the family, a responsibility she does with difficulties. This far Jescah has come is because of God’s grace through her mother’s sacrifice and educational support from Daisy Centre and School. The academic journey for Jescah is still long and she urgently needs your support to enable her to proceed with her education and pursue her dream of becoming a University Lecturer. At Daisy every shilling/dollar/pound counts. Please support this innocent girl. We believe she has the potential to succeed in life and give back to society.  Please make the donation to Daisy Centre and School to help her to complete her education so that she can look forward to the bright, happy future she truly deserves.

AGNES AYIEKO – Born 17th August, 2006

Agnes is a girl who has survived through hard times because of the poverty situation her family lives in. With an ailing mother and financial struggles, Agnes depends majorly on support from well-wishers for the family’s food and medical needs. Many times she has been out of school due to lack of school fees or to nurse her ailing mother. Her thirst for education and desire to pursue her dream of becoming a teacher made her walk 25km to seek educational support from Daisy Centre and School. We admire her courage and determination that motivated her to score 314/500 marks in the 2020 Kenya Certificate of Primary Education (KCPE) examinations. Her education journey is still long and needs support for her high school education. Please make the donation to Daisy Centre and School to help her to complete her education so that she can look forward to the bright, happy future she truly deserves.

PRIVA WEKESA – Born 22nd March, 2006

Priva is a very humble boy who is being raised by her grandmother. He comes from a poverty-stricken family but his grandmother work’s very hard doing casual jobs to take care of Priva. Many times when his grandmother is sick, Priva and his siblings go without food or depend on well-wishers for support. Daisy Centre and School saw the potential in Priva and offered him some physical and educational needs support that greatly transformed his life and motivated him to score 338/500 marks in the 2020 Kenya Certificate of Primary Education (KCPE) examinations.  humbled boy coming from a very poor background.  Priva aspires to be a long-distance Truck Driver which will enable him to travel across Eastern and Central African countries. He can only achieve his dream through your support for his high school education. Please make the donation to Daisy Centre and School to help him through high school so that he can look forward to the bright, happy future he truly deserves. We believe with your support he has the potential to make it in life and give back to the global society.

FRANKER AKINYI – Born on 2nd February, 2007 

Franker is always thankful to God for rescuing her from the jaws of death in the name of her habitual drunkard and violent father who physically assaulted her mother and Franker leaving them for dead. They were rescued by their neighbors who took them to the hospital for treatment then took Franker and her siblings to the local children’s office who handed over the children to their grandparents for safe custody. Due to her grandparent’s poverty situation, her Aunt took custody of Franker and stay in a small rented house at Bukura market. Franker’s education journey has been full of difficulties but we thank God for making her stronger despite the challenges. Daisy Centre and School have been her source of hope and educational support which has greatly transformed her life and enabled her to score 336/500 marks in the 2020 Kenya Certificate of Primary Education (KCPE) examinations. She aspires to be a lawyer when she grows up but this can only be achieved if she gets financial support for her high school education. Please make the donation to Daisy Centre and School to help her through high school so that she can look forward to the bright, happy future she truly deserves.

TIMINA VIVIAN ACHAYO

Timina is a case of the Most Improved Student academically. When she joined DAISY CENTRE and SCHOOL, she was very shy and her academic performance was below average but her teachers gave her the necessary guidance that enabled her to score 307/500 marks in the Kenya Certificate of Primary Education (KCPE) examinations. She stays with her mother who is single-handedly struggling to raise her and her siblings after their father abandoned them. Her father was a habitual drunkard who subjected her family to mistreatments and beatings. Her mother had no choice but to quit her marriage for her children’s safety. Timina being the elder child was more vulnerable and Daisy Centre and School came to her rescue by offering her necessary physical, counseling, and educational support. Tamina’s mother supports her daughter through the little earnings she gets from her french fries business.  The impressive KCPE scores have motivated Timina and increased her self-esteem. She now feels the sky is the limit and is very confident of making it in life if she gets the necessary financial support for her high school education. Please make the donation to Daisy Centre and School to help her complete her education so that she can look forward to the bright, happy future she truly deserves and achieve her dream of becoming a Lawyer.



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