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Your donation changes a student’s life. Here are real students’ brief stories. It only takes less than $1 per day, $25 per month, or $300 per year to keep a student in school. Choose a one-time or monthly recurring donation on our  GlobalGiving Campaign. As a donor, you will receive regular, quarterly reports about the students and our schools and the eternal gratitude of the AAE family.

How to sponsor a student:
1. Select a student from the stories below to sponsor.
2. Make a $25 monthly recurring donation on GlobalGiving.
3. Email info@aa4e.org with the subject line “Student sponsorship” and give us the full name of the student you would like to sponsor. You will receive her photo as well as her phone number, in case you choose to be in direct contact with her.

Samira Mohammad Saleem, 16, is attending 6th grade. She lives with family of six members, she is from Kabul. Her father is the only breadwinner of the family, who earns roughly 135 dollars a month. She says, “My only wish in life is to complete and graduate from school and become a policewoman.” She hopes that someone will help her to complete her studies.
(Photo of Samira will be available upon request to the Sponsor)

Yasamin Mohamadi, 24, is attending 7th grade. No one in her family of seven members graduated high school, she hopes to graduate and enroll in university and graduate from university one day. She lives with her family,which virtually does not have any stable income.She aspires to finish school and become a doctor to sever her county; she says “it is my dream in life.”
(Photo of Yasmin will be available upon request to the Sponsor)

Storia, 18, is attending 7th grade. She was not admitted by any other public schools because of her age. She lives with her family of nine members. He father is the only breadwinner of the family, who earns about 150 dollars a month and has to support the family of nine members. Storia is dedicated to getting an education and helping others achieve their objectives. She says “I hope that someone will help and support me to finish my education.”
(Photo of Storia will be available upon request to the Sponsor)

Lida, 16 years old, is attending 7th grade. She lives with her family of eight members, and her father is the only breadwinner of the family. Her father earns less than 100 dollars a month. She says, “This school gave me a chance to make up for my lost years of schools.” She wants to finish her studies and become a doctor and help her family and countrymen. She adds, “Ihope that someone will assist me to complete my education.”
(Photo of Lida will be available upon request to the Sponsor)

Noor Zai, 20 years old, is attending 6th grade. She is from the Eastern province Laghman. She lives with her family of nine members in Kabul, and her brother is the only breadwinner of the family, earning less than 150 dollars a month. She says, “I wish to continue and finish my education and become a productive member of society and help my brother who work hard to support us.”
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Massouda Azizi, 20 years old, attending 6th grade. Her family left Baghlan worsening security situation and moved to Kabul. Because of her age she was not admitted to other schools. She lives in an extended family of 15 members and her brothers support the family financially, who collectively earn about 150 dollars a month. She says,“I want study because I want to stand on my own feet and become a teacher and educate others,”adding “I ask people who can to support me to finish my education and help others once I completed my studies.”
(Photo of Massouda will be available upon request to the Sponsor)

Zulqaeda Waziri, 20 years old, attending 8th grade. Her family fled the Northeastern province of Baghlan due to worsening security situation. She lives with her family of ten members, her parents are illiterate. And her illiterate father is the only breadwinner of the family. Her father earns 50 dollars a month. She wants to finish her education, earn a university degree and become a doctor. She says, “Ihope that one day I will be able to help others through education.”
(Photo of Zulqaeda will be available upon request to the Sponsor)

Sapina, 20 years old, is attending 8th grade. Because of family economic problems she started school very late and missed long years. She lives with her family of eight members, her parents and brothers are illiterate. Her father is the only breadwinner of the family, earning 150 US dollars per month. She wants to finish her education and become a doctor in the future. She thanks those helping her to finish her education.
(Photo of Sapina will be available upon request to the Sponsor)

Faridah, 22, is attending 8th grade. She moved from Baghlan province. She lives with her family of ten members and her father is the only breadwinner of the family, he earns about 150 dollars a month. Faridah says: “I hope to finish my education and become a lawyer,” I am very thankful of “Aid Afghanistan for Education for helping people get an education,” she added
(Photo of Faridah will be available upon request to the Sponsor)

Latifa, 27 years old, is attending 8th grade. Latifa is mother of four children, originally from Baghlanprovince; her family of eight members lived in Kunduz province before moving to Kabul. Her husband is the only breadwinner of the family, earning about 200 dollars a month. She says, “I want to be an active and education member of society, and serve my people and help my family.”
(Photo of Latifa will be available upon request to the Sponsor)

Parima Sultani, 19years old, is attending 8th grade. Because of economic problems her family left their province of origin, Parwan, in search of a better life in Kabul. She says, “I was admitted by Aid Afghanistan for Education because it is the only school admitting students who have missed several years of schooling.”She lives with her family of 11 members. Her father earning 200 dollars a month supports the family. She adds, “I want to finish my education and become a teacher and help student achieve their dreams.” I will be extremely thankful of those wishing to help me complete my education.
(Photo of Parima will be available upon request to the Sponsor)

Razia Amiri, 22years old, is attending 6th grade. Because of her age she was not admitted to other schools so she enrolled in school managed by Aid Afghanistan for Education. She lives with her family of ten members. Her husband is the only breadwinner of the family, who earns about 120 US dollars a month. Amiri wishes to complete her education, and stand on her own feet and assist her family. She says, “I want to finish my education and be personality of my own,” adding “I cannot continue my education unless someone support me with my education.”
(Photo of Razai will be available upon request to the Sponsor)

Nilab Naemi, 21 years old, is attending 8th grade. She lives with her family of ten members and her father is the only breadwinner who earns less than 150 dollars. She like many other students lost many years of schooling and was not eligible to study in other school, so she enrolled in one if our schools. She says: “I wish to complete my education and become a doctor and help other people.”NilabNaemi hopes to one day study and finish university. She thanks, in advance, anyone wishing to help her finish her education.
(Photo of Nilab will be available upon request to the Sponsor)

Maryam, 19 year old, is attending 7th grade. She lives with her family of nine members, her father is the only breadwinner, but he has no income. Because of her age she was not eligible for enrollment in other schools. She aspires to study and complete her education and support her family. Maryam says: “I hope to finish my education and find a job and help my family.”
(Photo of Maryam will be available upon request to the Sponsor)

Karima, 18 years old, is attending 7th grade. She moved from Panjsher province to Kabul to get an education and because of her age she was not accepted by any other schools. She lives with her family of 13 members in Kabul. Her father is the f sole breadwinner of the family, earning about 150 US dollars per month.Karima says, “I want to study and become a medical doctor to help other people.” She hopes someone will support her finish her education.
(Photo of Karima will be available upon request to the Sponsor)

Fahima Yaghobi,15 years old attending seventh grade. She lives with her parents and 4 siblings. Due to security, her family left Wardak province for Kabul. Fahima says, “My family is educated. Therefore, I am very interested to continue my education and have an independent life to be a useful member of the society.” The only breadwinner in her family is her brother. He earns $100 per month.
Fahima insists to continue her education and thanks in advance anyone who wants to support her in order to support her family and have a better life.
(Photo of Fahima will be available upon request to the Sponsor)

Halima Ghayoumi is 19 years old. She is single and is in eighth grade. Two years ago she joined one of Aid Afghanistan for Education schools. She realized that even she has missed many years for schooling due to wars; there is still an opportunity for her to achieve her dreams of a better life for herself and her family. She is from Kabul with her parents and five siblings.. Her family members are not well educated. Halima’s mother is the only one who supports the family. She cleans homes and earns 75 USD per month.Her wish in her life is to be a doctor and help poor people. She thanks whoever wants to support her to full fill her wishes.
(Photo of Halima will be available upon request to the Sponsor)

Khatera Ahmadi is 21 years old. She is from Wardak Province and lives with her parents and two siblings. Due to security issues they were forced to leave their home for Kabul. Her father has studied up to seventh grade and her mother is illiterate. Khatera is motivated to study and finish her high school and continue her higher education. She wants to be a psychologist in the future. Financial problems always prevented her from studying. The only breadwinner in her family is her father. He is a daily worker and earns 100 USD per month. She says this is the first time she hears about the possibility of financial support. She says I want to be a psychologist in the future and help poor and helpless people it is because nobody tried to understand me ever. She thanks the one who wants to support her in advance and hopes to be a useful person for her society.
(Photo of Khatera will be available upon request to the Sponsor)

Marziya Shiry, 23 years old attending 9th grade. She is from Wardak province. Due to security, her family left their home for Kabul. She lives with her parents and 8 siblings. The only breadwinner is her father, who is deaf. He earns $100 a month. She wants to finish her education to be able to provide for her family.
Marziye wishes to study journalism. She thanks the one who will support her financially to achieve her dream
(Photo of Marziya will be available upon request to the Sponsor)
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Homeyra, 20, is attending6th grader. She is from the tumultuous province of Wardak, where girls’ schools have been targeted occasionally. She left for Kabul in order to be able to study. She lives with her family of eight members, and the economic situation of the family is weak. He father, the only breadwinner of the family, supports the family with his monthly salary of 200 dollars. Homeyra is committed to finishing here studies. She inspires to become doctor and help others in need.
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Asefa Sultani, 29, is attending 7th grade. She is married with two children and he husband is a taxi driver who supports the family. Asefa is committed to finishing her studies and finding a job to help her husband. Asefa says, “Please do not leave me alone. Help me to complete my education. Your help will make a difference.”
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Sarah Mohammadi, 33 yrs. old, attending 9th grade. She is a single mother with four children, she is a widow. He life story is painful. She was forced to marry a man twice her age in return for money. Her childhood was stolen from her. She moved to Kabul from Takhar after her husband died. Her eldest son, who suffers from epilepsy, supports the family. Sarah believes studying is the only way to help her family; she is committed to completing her education. She says, “I want to graduate from school, but I need someone kind support, please assist me if you can, thank you in advance.”
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Shakila Ahmadi, 19 yrs. Old, is attending 7th grade. She is from the in stable province of Wardak. She lives with her family of 10. The family has been going through harsh economic times. The only breadwinner is her brother who earns a monthly salary of 160 $ USD to support the family of ten members. Shakila Ahmadi Says, “Without financial support I will not able to continue my education and I hope that someone will help me to continue my education and become a good doctor in future.”
(Photo of Shakila will be available upon request to the Sponsor)

Sadaf Shirzad,is attending6th grade. She joined our school because of her age since other schools wouldn’t admit students who have missed several years of studying. She lives with family of nine members. Her mother is the family’s sole breadwinner. Her mother works as a domestic employee, earning a meager wage. They left Wardak province due to worsening security situation. She wants to become a doctor and help others. Says, “it is my dream for finish school and help others, but now I need you kind support.”
(Photo of Sadaf will be available upon request to the Sponsor)

Halima, 23 years old, is attending 8th grade. Her family fled Parwan province because of conflict there and settled in Kabul. She lives with her family of seven members; three of who are literate and the rest are illiterate. Her father is the only breadwinner of the family, earning about 100 dollars per month. Halima wants to be educated member of society and her family. She plans to continue her education further when she graduated from school. She says, “I am poor girl, but I am committed to complete my studies, but I don’t have the means for it, I hope someone will assist me with my education.”
(Photo of Halima will be available upon request to the Sponsor)

Zubaidah Mohmad, 27 years old, is attending 8th grade, she is the mother of child. She is from the Northeastern province of Takhar. She says, “I started school here when I was 25 years of age,” adding that “I missed several years of schooling and no other school was willing to accept me.” Her husband, a high school graduate, earns less than 100 US dollar and supports their family of five members. She hopes to get an education, be a good mother and help her husband with family financial issues. She says, “Our country is a war-torn country, and economically speaking women are particularly hardly hit, therefore I don’t have money to continue my education, I hope request any one to support me to be an educated mother and a good member of society.”
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Nazanin Sharifi, 23, is attending 7th grade. She lives with her family of 13 members, and her mother with her meager income is the sole breadwinner of family. She says, “I hope to graduate from school one day and enroll in a university and become a doctor.” She adds, “I hope someone will support me to complete my education as my father is ill and cannot work, my mother is the only one supporting our family, but is really difficult.” She wants to be a committed doctor and dedicate herself to helping others.
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Nasibah Alizada, 20, is attending 8th grade. Originally from Parwan province, she was rejected by other school because of her age. She lives with her family of eight members, most of illiterate apart from her bother who is a seven grader. Her father is weak and ill and cannot work so her bother is supporting the family with an unstable income of less than 100 dollars a month. She says, “this school will give the strength and power to not only support my own family, but also help other in need, I hope I will be able to finish my studies with supports from others.” Alizada aspires to complete her school and find a job one day to support her family. She adds, “My family income is very inadequate, and getting an education requires some expenses, which I don’t have. I will be very thankful of anyone willing to help me finish my school.
(Photo of Nasibah will be available upon request to the Sponsor)

Zarmena Karimi, 22, is attending 8th grade. She left an embattled part of Parwan province and moved to Kabul in part to be able to study, but due to her age she was not accepted by any other schools. Now, she lives with her family of seven members and her brother, earning roughly 120 dollars, is the only breadwinner of the family, her father cannot work. She hopes to finish school and become a journalist and help her family. She says, “My family’s income is very small, and I love to study and finish school but is it hard without some money, I hope someone will kindly support me to finish my school, you kindly support will change my as well as my family’s life.”
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Nasima Mirza Malik, 28, is attending 8th grade. She is from Panjsher province living in Kabul. Like most of our students due to her age she was not accepted by other schools. She lives with her family of six members and her husband who earn less than 50 dollars a month is the only breadwinner of the family. She says, “Please help me to help my children with the reduction and future.” She is dedicated to completing her education and finding a job to support her family.
(Photo of Nasima will be available upon request to the Sponsor)

Jahera Ahmadzai, 30, is attending 7th grade. She lost many years of schooling and was repeatedly rejected by other schools. She lives in a family of 15 members and her husband is the only one supporting the huge family, who earns about 200 dollars a month. She says, “I am committed to completing my education in order to be able to help my children get an education and grow up in an educated setting,” adding “it has been my dream to be an educated person.” She says that families in our country go through hard times, and we are one of those families, and if someone takes our hand for now we will be able to help out children in the future.
(Photo of Jahera will be available upon request to the Sponsor)

Nilofar Najafi, 27, is attending 7th grade. She is married with six children. Her family moved from Parwan province to Kabul, so she and her children can study. She lives in a rental house with her husband and six children. Her husband is the breadwinner of the family, who earns less than 100 US dollars. She was not accepted in other schools because of her age and the fact that she was married. She is dedicated to educate herself and support her family with learning. She says, “I only say that please help me finish my school. “
(Photo of Nilofar will be available upon request to the Sponsor)

Zahra Ahmadi19 years old, is attending 8th grade. She has missed several years of schooling and therefore was not accepted by other schools. Originally from Wardak province, she has been living in Kabul for many years along five of her family members. Including her parents most of her other family members are illiterate, and her brother studied 7th grade. Her brother provides for the family who works as day laborer, earning an unstable meager income. My aim is to complete my education and make up for the lost years of schooling. She says, “I want to have a good job and lead a good life,” adding “that my major problem with the continuation of education is economic, I hope someone will support me to finalize my education.”
(Photo of Zahra will be available upon request to the Sponsor)

Yasamin Mohamadi, 24, is attending 7th grade. No one in her family of seven members graduated high school, she hopes to graduate and enroll in university and graduate from university one day. She lives with her family,which virtually does not have any stable income.She aspires to finish school and become a doctor to sever her county; she says “it is my dream in life.”
(Photo of Yasmin will be available upon request to the Sponsor)

Homa Haidari, 21, is attending 8th grade. Her family left Wardak province due to security concerns and settled in Kabul. She lives with her family of seven members. Her father, earning less than 100 dollars, is the sole breadwinner of the family. Homa Haidari is passionate about her education; she is fervent to complete her education and graduate one day with a degree in her hands. She says, “I won’t stop when I graduated from school, I want to go to university,” adding, “I need your kind support to complete my education and support my family.”
(Photo of Homa will be available upon request to the Sponsor)

Farzana Mirzaei, 19, is attending 8th grade. She and her family left their home province of Ghazni due to security issues and moved to Kabul. Back in their home province she did not have the chance to study and attend school therefore she fell behind and in Kabul she was rejected by other school before she was accepted in one of our schools. She lives with her family of 11 members and their sole breadwinner is her father whose monthly wage barely reaches 100 US dollars. Farzana hopes that one day she will find a job for herself once graduated, she also plans to study university.
“I hope someone generous will support me to finish my education, so I will be able to help myself, my family and the society as a whole,” she says.
(Photo of Farzana will be available upon request to the Sponsor)

Nadia Akhundzada, 24, is attending 6th grade. Her family moved from Ghazni province to Kabul. And because of her age she was not admitted by other schools. She lives with her family of 11 members and her brother who ears about 200 dollars per month supports and runs the family. Nadia does not study for herself, she wants to finish school to help others with tier leaning and education, she wants to be a teacher and help students. She says, “Education is the most precious thing to me, I hope someone will help me to complete my education.”
(Photo of Nadia will be available upon request to the Sponsor)

Najiba Mousavi, 22, is attending 6th grade. She is from Wardak province and due to continued insecurities her family left for Kabul. She lives with her family of six members and her father is the only breadwinner of the family who does not have a table and regular income. She has put all her energy to be an educated person; she aspires to become a lawyer in the future. She says, “I have lots of economic challenges, I need support, if someone supported me to finish my school I will remember that person’s generous support to the end of my life.”
(Photo of Najiba will be available upon request to the Sponsor)

Farida Nizami, 20, is attending 6th grade. She lives with her family of 11 members and her father, who does not have a stable and regular income, is the only breadwinner of the family. Farida wants to be a teacher, but she has to finish her school first. She says, “I want to be a teacher, but I need support to complete my school firsts.” She adds that is it hard to study without financial support, as my father cannot even provide for our big family of 11 members.
(Photo of Farida will be available upon request to the Sponsor)

Fatema, 21, is attending 6th grade. She lives in Kabul with her family of 11 members and her father is the only breadwinner providing for the family. Her father earns less than 100 dollars a month. She wants to study today in order to be able to teach others tomorrow. Fatima hopes to become a doctor. She says, “I want to be a dedicated doctor helping other, but now I need the support of others to complete my education.”
(Photo of Fatema will be available upon request to the Sponsor)

Frishta Mohebzada, 19, is attending 8th grade. Originally from Wardak province, her family lived in Pakistan before they moved to Kabul, and because she did missed several years of school she was not illegible to enroll in other school. She lives with her family of eight members and her brother supports the family who does not have a regular monthly income. She believes that the only way to achieve her dreams is through education and finishing school. She aspires to become a teacher and help others.She says, “I want to finish school and complete my education, but I don’t have the financial means needed, so please help me if you can.”
(Photo of Frishta will be available upon request to the Sponsor)

Khadija, 24, is attending 7th grade. Her family left Ghazni province because of insecurity and moved to Kabul, and as most of our student Khadia is unable to study in any other school. She lives with her family of seven members and her brother who works a manual laborer is the only breadwinner of the family. She wishes to be an educated person and find a job to help her family. She says, “I want to study and complete my education, but without support I am not able to, so please assist me, you small help will make a huge difference in my life.”
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Shakila, 24, is attending 7th grade. She is from Wardak province where insecurity created huge obstacles for girls’ education. She lives along her family of eight members in Kabul and her father who does not have stable or regular income runs the family on a daily basis. Shakila hopes to complete her education, find a job and help her father. She wants to be a teacher. She says, “I request to anyone who can to support me to complete my education, because I have lots dreams.”
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Saeida Hajji, 17, is attending 7th grade. Her family left the war and insurgency ravaged province of Paktia and moved to Kabul for their own safety. Now, she lives with her family of nine members and her eldest sister is the sole breadwinner of the family. Her sister earns less than 100 dollars per month to support the family of nine members. He father is jobless and stays at home. Supporting her family in the future is the main motive driving her to study hard for her graduation. She says, “I want to be a journalist once I completed my studies.” She adds, “I have lost of dreams, I want to support my family to have a better life, we have lots of problems too, but I will change it for my brothers and sister, and you can help me in the fight, too.”
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Nasrin Khaliqi, 21, is attending 7th grade. Her family fled the ravaging war and conflict in Wardak province and settled in Kabul. Like most of our students her age did not allow her to study and continue her education in any other school. She lives with her family of nine members and father is the only breadwinner of the family and he does not have any regular income to support the family. She says, “We have been going through hard economic times, I want to change that with my education, but now I need the support of generous people who can to support me to complete my education.” She stressed that without financial support I will not able to continue my education
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Farzana Akrami, 20 years old, is attending 7th grade. Her family left their home province of Parwan because of constant fighting and moved to settle in Kabul. Farzana Akrimi is committed to completing her education through high school. She lives with her family of ten members, five sisters and two brothers and her parents. Her father sin the only breadwinner of the family, who does not have a stable job to receive a regular income. Despite the huge economic challenges she sets out to become a medical doctor. She says, “it is my hope to become a doctor and help people, but I want to make a request, please help me so I could achieve my dream of becoming a doctor.”
(Photo of Farzana will be available upon request to the Sponsor)

Amena Maqsudi, 16, is attending 6th grade. Her family left their home province of Ghazni due to the ongoing conflict there and settled in Kabul. She was also turned down by other schools before she enrolled in one of our schools. She lives with huge family of 18 members and brother who earns unstable wage supports the family. She is hopeful that she will complete her education and will be able to server her country. She says, “I want to study because I aim to free overcome the miseries we are going through.” She adds, “I will not be able to finish my studies without your financial assistance, so please help me if you can.”
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Tahera Sultani, 27, is attending 6th grade. Because of insecurity her family left their province of origin, Ghazni, and moved to Kabul. Tahera Sultani is married with one child. She lives with her family of four members and her father is the breadwinner of the family who works as manual laborer, earning about four dollars per day. She is working hard to become literate and educated. She wants to help others once graduated from high school. She says, “I want to be an educated person and help others with their education,” she adds, “in order to be able to help myself and others I need your support and assistance.
(Photo of Tahera Sultani will be available upon request to the Sponsor)

Buss Bibi Tarakhiel, 19, is attending 9th grade. She is from Kabul, as of her age she was rejected by other schools. Tarakhiel lives with her family of nine members; her brother is the sole breadwinner of the family who earns less than 100 dollars a month. She says my motivation for education is to help me family and serve my country and I am committed to continuing my education to the end.
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Hanifa Hussein, 32, is attending 6th grade. Originally from Samangan province she is married with four children. She says, “This school gave me a chance to relive me dream, because of my age I was not able to study anywhere else.” Her husband is the only breadwinner of the family of six members, who earns about 150 dollars per month. She says, “From childhood I wanted to study and graduate from school, but I lost my mother and out economic situation did not allow to study, I need the help of generous people to help me finish my school.”
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Shakiba Akbari, 23, is attending 7th grade. She moved from Kapisa province to Kabul in hope to getting an education, but because of her age she was turned down by other schools. She lives with her family of 12 members and her father with his 120 monthly income supports the family. She is adamantly working hard to be educated. She says, “I request you, anyone who can, to support me finish my school, because my father cannot provide my school expenses.”
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Sadaf, 24, is attending 7th grade. She is married with one child. She lives with her family of four members and her husband through his 150 dollars wage runs the family. She says I want to finish my school in order to be independent and solve my own problems. Sadaf hopes to become a doctor and help others and be independent. She says, “I need your kind support to finish my school and achieve my goals, I request to you to assist me if you can, thanks in advance for your support.”
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Khaterah Mohammadi, 20, is attending 7th grade. Because she was married therefore she was ineligible to study in any other schools. She lives with her family of seven members and her father who earns about 150 dollars a month is the breadwinner of the family. Mohammadi wants to study and finish her education and become a lawyer and help her family and country. She says, “It is my only dream to complete my education and enroll in university, so please help me with my education, so I would be able to stand in my own feet in the future.”
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Latifa, 25 years old, is attending 8th grade. She is married with no children. She is from Kapesa province, but living in Kabul with her family of nine members and her husband is the only breadwinner of the family, who earns round 150 dollar per month. Because of family issues she lost many years of school. She that in our family only my husband has graduated from high school and because of economic problems they had not been able to study. Latifa is committed to finishing her school and helping her family through her education. She says, “I want to finish school and subsequently university and become a teach,” adding, “we live in a war-torn country, our economy is not good, I hope someone will kindly support me to finish my studies and be able to serve my country.”
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Arezo Abdullah, 30, is attending 8th grade. She is from Kabul, married with not children. She lives with her illiterate husband who supports the family with his $100 monthly salary. Arizo aspires to support her family and society through her education, she hope that she will be able to finish her school and finally earn a university degree. She says, “We can end the misery of our people and left our country up of this condition through education, but now we need support, I hope someone will help me complete my education.”
(Photo of Arezo will be available upon request to the Sponsor)

Sonia, 21, is attending 8th grade. Like so many of our other students she missed long years of her schooling and was not admitted when she was ready to resume her education, so she joined one of our schools. She lives with her family of five members. Her father own only earns less than 100 US dollars supports and provides for the family. Sonia wants one thing in life and that is to be educated and independent, she wants to become a teacher and help students learn and improve their own lives. She says, “I love going to school, but our family’s economic situation is weak and cannot support me to continue my education, I hope someone will kindly help me to complete my school.”
(Photo of Sonia will be available upon request to the Sponsor)

Samira Jailani, 20 years old, is attending 7th grade. She lives with her family of ten members and her mother is the sole breadwinner of the family, who earns less than 100 US dollars and has to provide for ten members of her family including support the education of Samira. Samira hopes that one day she will finish her education and become a doctor, find a decent job and support her family. She says, “I want to have a bright future, but that depends on my education, and if someone assist me with that, I am sure I will have a bright future and will be able to support others as well.”
(Photo of Samira will be available upon request to the Sponsor)

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