Khadar is a student from Somalia. He needs $1800 by March 13, 2021 to stay in school and is currently 3% toward his goal.

Raised $55 from 2 donors Needs $1745

About

Khadar Abdilahi Mohamed is a 15 year old from Hargeisa, Somaliland. He was raised in the Hargeisa Orphanage. He’s entering the seventh grade at Abaarso School of Science and Technology. While at the orphanage, Khadar was an assistant for Abaarso’s orphanage tutoring program. As an assistant, he was patient and kind to the younger students. He’s the first to help others when they’re in need. When he’s older, he wants to be an engineer. His nickname is “Shifo”, which means “health” in Somali.

Where your donation goes

Total $1800
  • Tuition
    $1800

Khadar's Funding history

Year Grade Receipt Status
2020 Grade 11
2019 Grade 11
2018 Grade 10
2017 Grade 9
2016 Grade 8
2015 Grade 7

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I have done great things when I was grade nine and now I am grade, for past year I have been helping my younger brothers who live in the orphanage that was my plan for the last last year. For this year I wanted to accomplish my goals which is improvement of my grades because upper school is not easy. However, for first term my club was electronic and I was willing to gain more knowledge. In addition, for me this year is very challenging and I always consider how can I get rid of this obstacles. By the time I came to Abaarso school and this time is very different because I improved a lot because I did not know what I am knowing today. Education is light and I am enlighten today, if I did not came to the school or did not get this chance I will not be how I am today. Every day I take six subjects and I like one subject which is algebra the reason I like this subject it relates my future, I want to fix everything I have not succeeded and I want to improve for my life and my country. Every body has a dream and considers how he can achieved it. Even though, I improved a lot compared to when I was came to the school. Overall, I want to achieve my dream and I know without care and cooperate the would not exist. So, we need to help each other and working together then every one can achieve his dream. Thank you for reading my later and help my dream to get it.
First I am so happy and it was good last term one. When I talk about my subjects term one they were nice. It was great term for me and my teachers give more opportunity to teach the lessons. After that my teachers spend their time to teach me. I am so happy to staying Abaarso because it is good school and it is better than all of the schools in my country. I have great teachers and honest. When I come to Abaarso School, it was in 31 July 2015 and I didn’t know anything like: future, goal and live but today I know future something like that. I am staying Abaarso School 2 years.After that when I go back to my term one or my GPA it was not good grade and it was 3.12 but next term I will do hard work. I didn’t meet any problem last term. It concluded happy so I hope to get better grade and I want to reach my goal. I want to an engineer or bossiness man that is my will I help my friends. My mother was died and I didn’t have support. Nobody care my live grow up orphanage and I don’t care with healthy, basic needs many things. So that thank you for reading my paper about first live and this life. I have a lot of home work so I can’t tell everything thank you so much.
Hi Khadhar,

I wish you all the best for the upcoming year and hopefully it will help you in your journey to reach your dreams, good luck. Drop me a line sometime.

Cheers,
Jamal
Khadar,
My son, Jake, and I visited Abaarso last August. We were so impressed with all the students -- how hard you were all working and how motivated you were to do well that we are happy to provide you with some support. Best of luck with all your studies!

Best regards,
Andra Ehrenkranz
My name is Khadar. I am from Hargeisa capital city of Somaliland. I take ten classes and my favorite class is English. I do different sports and my favorite sport is Football. I have work time and its filtering the water.

Thanks
Dear Khadar,
Best wishes for your education. Be disciplined in your studies and do not forget to have fun also!

Sincerely.

Timothy
I hope you have a great year of school, Khadar! An engineer who wants to help people can make a big difference in this world.

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