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About

Khadar has four sisters and three brothers. Khadar is very glad to have earned a scholarship to come to our school. He feels lucky to be able to attend school and have the opportunity to earn an education. For this reason, Khadar enjoys studying and doing well in his classes. His favorite subjects are math, science, and English. He enjoys reading history books and playing football outside of class. In the future, Khadar hopes to be able to travel and see more of his country. Going to the Abaarso School, Khadar has learned a lot about their community’s diversity and more about his country. It is this new knowledge that has inspired him to want to travel throughout his home country to see and learn more about it.

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Total $750
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Khadar's Funding history

Year Grade Receipt Status
2021 Grade 12
2020 Grade 11
2019 Grade 10
2018 Grade 9
2017 Grade 8

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This year is going very well and I have a lot of opportunities to enlarge my knowledge. We got new clubs that are very important for us and we got a lot of benefits from these clubs. I joined the orphanage program to help my community and the little kids who do not an opportunity to get education. We give the orphans high level education that they can not get from their city.
My favorite classes are English, math and science and I made a lot of accomplishments so far. We did projects in Geometry class and these projects were helpful and Iam enjoining to have this class. I achieved a lot of my dreams during the last three years that I was in Abaarso School. I enjoy playing football and I play football during the weekends. Overall this year was great and I hope I will achieve my bigger goals.

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