Lalwinson became part of Kanggui Hope family in 2012. His parents separated and he was in and out of the local state school. He was not doing well and he had a very confusing start. However since he started regular school at Lighthouse Academy in 2012, he is improving. He enjoys going to school. He is the brother of Moushmi and Bebem. He lives with his four siblings in a farm just outside Kanggui Township. He like helping out his father is looking after the animals.
Satgoulal is the youngest child in the family. Moushmi, Bebem and Lalwinson being the older ones. Satgoulal became part of Kanggui Hope’s family since January 2013. He used to attend a state school and he was far behind his age group. Because his learning was very slow, when he started at Lighthouse Academy; he had to start all over again in a group two years younger than him. However, he made considerable improvements and last year he secured top rank in his class and his admission was waived. He is a very confident young man. He loves to sing and rap. He lives in a farm with his father and step mum and his other siblings.
Lhingchoihoi joined Kanggui Hope’s family in January 2015. Another family friend referred her to us. She lives with her unemployed single mother with her six other siblings. She has three elder brothers, two elder sisters and one younger sister. She is improving in her studies since she joined us. She goes to Brighter English High School, Keithelmanbi, which is another town a few kilometres from Kanggui.
A family friend introduced Juhi to us and she became part of Kanggui Hope family in 2014. Juhi is a very hard working intelligent girl. Last year, she secured the top position in her class. This year she started her school with no admission fees because of her achievement. She comes from a broken family. Father disappeared and her mum is left with 3 kids on her own. Juhi’s grandmother is looking after the family with her little pension money. Juhi is another of our success story and we hope that she will continue to do well in her studies and we will do out best to support her.
Friends introduced Rinhoithem to us from the church in January 2014. Her father passed away in 2012 after a prolong illness and she lives with her single mother and two other siblings. Her mother is working as a manual labourer in a local farm. She finds it difficult to pay for her kid’s education. Rinhoithem is doing well and she is a very well behaved and intelligent young girl. Rinhoithem enjoys her time at school and is doing very well. Brenda Smith, who is our Kanggui Hope friend from Bournemouth England, helps pay for Rinhoithem’s education.
A family friend introduced Tingmuannem to us and she became part of Kanggui Hope family in 2010. She was in class two when she started her journey with us. She comes from a small family and her father is a manual labourer and mother is a farmer. She is also doing very well in her studies and she enjoys and appreciates her opportunity for a good regular education.
Veineichin also known as Moushmi to her family and friends. She has been part of Kanggui hope family since the beginning of 2008. She goes to Lighthouse Academy Kanggui. From nursery to now, she has come along way and has achieved a lot. She comes from a family of 6 children where parents have no employment. Her two elder siblings left education. She wants to be an Air hostess. Along the years she has grown up to be a very responsible girl towards her brothers and sisters.
Chongchindei comes from a family of six siblings. She has been part of Kanggui Hope family since 2010. Her parents are manual labourers. She has been struggling with her studies, as her parents have no education themselves. She is a very shy girl and with little confidence. Her school is trying working very hard with and with her parents to bring out the best in her. She hasn’t expressed anything about what she wants to become in life. She is young and we hope to see her grow up as an educated individual with her own career. She is the only one attending school in her family.
His school referred Chonminlien to us back in 2010 as an orphan. He was looked after by his grandmother who was struggling to pay for his education.
The first year, he attended his school from his village walking two hours each way and he would come in late sometimes or drenched rainy days. So from the second year, we managed to find him a place as a residential student in his school. Our Kanggui Hope friend from Czech Republic, Monika Rudolfova, has been personally helping Chonminlien with his studies. Chonminlien is growing up to be a very fine young man. He loves his studies and appreciates the opportunities he is getting. His teachers are very impressed with what he has become. He is one of our big success stories so far.
Lunginlal became part of Kanggui Hope family when his school referred him to us back in 2010. He was studying in class 4 when he came to us. Now he is in class 10 and is getting ready to appear in his High School leaving certificate exam next year.
He is a very lively young man who likes to make others laugh by telling jokes and just being funny. He plays football and he is very active with the kids in his church and his neighbourhood.
Chongneineng comes from a family of five siblings. She has been part of Kanggui Hope family since 2010. Her father has drinking problems and her mother and eldest sister are looking after the family with their meagre manual labour wages. She is doing very well in her studies despite her family situation. She enjoys going to school and she wants to maintain