Nagma is a student from Somalia. She needs $900 to stay in school and is currently 11% toward her goal.

Raised $100 from 1 donor Needs $800

About

Nagma's family includes her mother, father, fifteen sisters, and sixteen brothers. Coming from such a big family, Nagma is most proud of her family. She enjoys spending time with them talking at home and making them proud. At school, her favorite subject is math. Outside of class, Nagma enjoys playing basketball. In the future, she hopes to be a fashion designer.

Where your donation goes

Total $900
  • Tuition
    $900

Nagma's Funding history

Year Grade Receipt Status
2018 Grade 9
2017 Grade 8

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Hi,
I would love to start with introducing myself, am Nagma Ahmed. I am in year 9 in school one of the hardest years during school. I take 9 classes which are Islamic, English, Math, History, Reasoning, Geometry, Somali, Algebra, and, Computer science. My favorite subject to learn is History and Algebra. I do a primary tutoring which i physically teach a children from the village, the village is where our school is located and the place where we have got the school name. I started teaching this year and i honestly loved teaching because it gives me the strength to learn about how others feel about me. This year has been one of the best years being in the school because I have learned a lot about life and real life in school.

Thanks, for reading (:

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