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Hani is 12 years old, and beginning her first year at Abaarso School of Science and Technology in Somaliland. She hopes one day to go to America and continue her education, so she can be a doctor. She enjoys reading, playing games, and basketball. The best part about her first week was making new friends, and meeting her new teachers.

Where your donation goes

Total $600
  • Food
    $180
  • Supplies
    $120
  • Teachers And Staff
    $240
  • Facilities
    $60
  • Tuition
    $0

Hani's Funding history

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

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Hi Hani,

I have given you some help for your next school year as I am sure you will do really well in your studies. I hope you learn a lot and that you make good friends that will support you when it becomes difficult. I live in Paris, France where there are some of the best doctors in the world. Maybe after you finish studying in America you can come work or study some more in France :)

Take good care and have fun in school!
I am now a 10th grade student. My first term is going so great. The classes get harder sometimes but I am still learning a lot. It feels good to be part of Abaarso community. Am not part of any club this term, instead I am In the community service and teach the orphanage. I gain a new experience everyday when I am teaching the kids. Honestly, Abaarso gave me strength and motivated me to never give up. I adopted more with the school now and I am ready to learn more and experience more in each new morning. I have gained a lot of knowledge this term and I hope It helps me forever.
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