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Lilian is the last-born child in a family of six. Her father was involved in a motorbike accident and has been unable to support the family. Most of the elder siblings dropped out of school and are unemployed. Lilian is so determined to achieve her dream of becoming a doctor. Her good performance in her exams did not come on a silver platter. She had to wake up early in the morning to go to school to utilize electricity at school. At other times, she studied under the moonlight, as there was no source of light at home. She believes that without struggle there is no progress.

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Lilian's Funding history

Year Grade Receipt Status
2020 Form 2
2019 Form 1

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Hi Lilian!

It was so good to hear from you! Thank you for writing. I love your clarion call. Yes, our school was interrupted this spring because of the coronavirus as well. We are starting classes again in August, although I think it will be very different from school before the pandemic. I hope you and your family are staying healthy. Please take care of yourself, and keep studying hard!

Aloha,
Marisa
Hi Marisa and Sophie,
I salute you.I therefore inform you that,the school program was running smoothly although the outbreak of corona virus which is dangerous, forced us to breakout the term unespectedly.We travelled back to our villages.I am still working hard and putting more effort in my studies as well as helping my parents in home chores.I am really not sure of the date to open the school.Am glad to inform you about my 2020-2021 clarion call that "My I CAN IS GREATER THAN MY IQ".Thank you.
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