Aamiin is a student from Somalia. He needs $1800 to stay in school and is currently 30% toward his goal.

Raised $540 from 2 donors Needs $1260

About

Aamiin grew up in the Hargeisa Orphanage Center, in the capital city of Somaliland. For several years before coming to Abaarso he attended Abaarso's tutoring program in the orphanage, where he was taught by older Abaarso students. He excelled in this program, and was admitted into Abaarso's first class of 7th graders in 2013, along with three other students from the orphanage. Given his background, the fact that he is at Abaarso makes him a real success story.

Where your donation goes

Total $1800
  • Food
    $540
  • Teachers And Staff
    $720
  • Facilities
    $180
  • Supplies
    $360

Aamiin's Funding history

Year Grade Receipt Status
2018 Grade 12
2017 Grade 11
2016 Grade 10

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I have been a students at Abaarso school for 6 years including this year which I am going to graduate. My first term of this year I joined volleyball, and we are given internships to do and supervise. My internship is operation as well as supervising work times. I have many goals but my first goal is to go to university to study doctor
Amiin is my name, and I am a student at Abaarso School, I have been Abaarso for three years, and these years I have been at Abaarso I get different experience that assist my life, such being good person who can do whatever I need my own self. In my future I want to be one thing and that is being a good doctor.

My fist term of 10th was really hard and I got good grade for Algebra and English. I will be always on my vacation I spend reading novels that is about fiction, I was with my friends, but this second term I hope I will get good grade for the rest of my grade.
Aamiin,
My wife and son, Jake, visited Abaarso last August (he was the chess player who played a lot of chess with Runner). They had a great time and were so impressed with all of the students and told me how hard you all work. I hope to one day come to visit as well, but in the meantime with you all the best with your studies. Working to become an engineer is a wonderful goal!

Best regards,
John

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Other Students

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    Bilan

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    Bilan has six sisters and three brothers. Bilan is proud to be going to the Abaarso School and receiving a quality education. Although learning English is challenging for Bilan, English is one of her favorites classes. She also enjoys social studies, and in her free time likes to read novels and history books. By reading more and practicing English, Bilan hopes to improve her English. Beyond reading, Bilan also enjoys helping around our community whenever there are projects that she can work on. In the future, Bilan hopes to be a doctor.

    School Year 2018

  • Warda

    20%

    Warda

    Somalia

    Warda lives with her mother, two grandmothers, grandfather, five sisters, and three brothers. Warda is excited to be at our school and to be receiving a quality education. Though she finds the rigors of our school difficult, she is determined to succeed. By studying her notes, seeing her teachers and peers for help, Warda is sure that she can succeed and be the best student possible. Although learning English as a second language is difficult for Warda, English is her favorite class. In her free time, she enjoys reading novels to help improve her English, or playing soccer or basketball for fun. In the future, Warda hopes to be doctor to help the poor in her country.

    School Year 2018

  • Bushra

    69%

    Bushra

    Somalia

    Bushra is from Burao, the second-largest city in Somaliland, located in the Eastern region of the country, where she lives with her father and siblings. She had to leave school in 2014 because her family was unable to pay the tuition, but was given a scholarship and returned in 2015. Despite this gap, Bushra has excelled in English, and writes and speaks at a nearly native level, despite only a few years of instruction in English.

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