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Dolly had to leave school because of the distance to the senior school. Her parents did not want to take the risk of sending her that far everyday. Dolly's father is a farmer in the village of Bhatpur. Dolly is talented at sewing and cooking and loves to sing. She loves to listen to and sing along with the radio. Dolly aspires to become a teacher.

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Total $200
  • Tution
  • School Supplies
  • Food
  • Uniform

Dolly's Funding history

Year Grade Receipt Status
2013 Class 10
2012 Class 9
2011 Class 8


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Hi Dolly,am Yasini Ismail from Tanzania.Am also a member of the school fund.Is my hope that you continue well in your studies and in the every day activities.Now am in form six and i will complete form six on 2014.How about you?Please welcome at Tanzania and i will be your new comer if God wish.
while writing this I am seeing my new books of 10th class and thinking to study hard to clear this class too as it will be tougher than the 9th. This is the last week after it we will have 45 days holiday. I will play with my friends many games like kho-kho etc. bye everybody and thanks for the support
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