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Aziza is the first in her class. Her grandmother raised Aziza after her mother left her and her siblings with their father. She has never met her mother, though she has hear that she may be in Arusha. Aziza's father is a small scale peasant and therefore unable to afford to take care of his family of five. Aziza belives: "Education will help me to achieve my dreams and help others who are in problems like me."

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Aziza's Funding history

Year Grade Receipt Status
2018 Third Year
2017 Second Year
2016 First Year
2014 Form 4
2013 Form 3

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