Lucky Mramba Katana
Course of Study: Electical Installation; School: Mully College; Lucky is the first born of four children. His father is a tailor and his mother is a casual worker. The family income is usually inconsistent, exposing them to challenges like lack of fees, poor clothing, and inadequate food. Lucky came to MCF in 2004 in hopes of a better life and is now studying electrical installation at Mully College. For fun, he enjoys soccer and athletics.
Lucky's Unmet Needs
The results of the Kenya Certificate of Secondary Education (KCSE) national exam written by all Form 4 (Grade 12) students determine their eligibility for college or university. Mully students who score a D and below on the KCSE are eligible to join Mully College for a two-year certificate program that includes courses such as Social Work Development, Electrical Installation, and Food & Beverage Services. A college certificate will better prepare them to return to their communities able to support themselves and make a positive difference in the world around them. Would you consider supporting a Mully student to help them achieve this dream?