Mohamedeid is a student from Somalia. He needs $1800 by July 1, 2017 to stay in school and is currently 11% toward his goal.

Raised $200 from 1 donor Needs $1600

About

Mohamedeid is a grade 8 student in the 2016 school year. His favorite classes are English, math, science, and social studies. Coming from the local orphanage, Mohamedeid is proud to have earned an education and be at the school he is now. In understanding the value of education, he enjoys volunteering his time to tutor children from the local village. He enjoys teaching and hopes to be a teacher in the future, and later the president of his country.

Where your donation goes

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

Mohamedeid's Funding history

Year Grade Receipt Status
2017 Grade 9

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Hi Mohamedid,
how are you doing how is every one there I would like to introduce my self my name is Jumale Hussein Mohamed I live in Tanzania with my mom I would like to be your friend because we are of the same descent that is we are all Somali I would like to know more about you mohamedid I hope you will write more about yourself and the current program of Somalia .actually I love being a Somali because BEING A SOMALI IS A BLESSING bye I love you Somalia

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