Help 429 children go to school in Afghanistan

by Development And Relief of Medical for Afghan Nation (DARMAN)
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Help 429 children go to school in Afghanistan
Help 429 children go to school in Afghanistan
Help 429 children go to school in Afghanistan
Help 429 children go to school in Afghanistan
Help 429 children go to school in Afghanistan

Lucky girl

Hello, I am S., daughter of S.S, I am 5th grade student of Darman school in Kama.

I am a lucky girl, because I can continue my education in these difficult circumstances.

Many thanks for your kindness to help our school financially. Without that, we will be deprived of education like other girls in Afghanistan. We will never forget your humanitarian aid.

My elder brother was killed in a mine explosion and my father was disabled. My father was a government official and we had a happy life. Now our economic situation is very bad. In the previous government, we received my father's pension, but under the current government, we lost it. 

I had a hope that I would finish my education, become a doctor, serve my compatriots through this profession, and save my family from poverty. But in the current situation, I do not know whether these desires of mine will be fulfilled. I put my hope in God that permission will be provided for the education of girls above the sixth grade.

I kindly ask you to continue your financial support of our school and help us to fulfill our dreams.

 

Regards,

Salima

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Thanks for helping us

I am J daughter of A S, a student in the fifth grade of the Darman school.

Two years ago we had a happy life; my father was an officer in the Afghan National Army in Helmand province, at that time I was in the third grade of school when my father was martyred in the war with the opposition.

After my father's martyrdom, we had a bad economic situation.

My older brother S, who is about 17 years old and graduated from this Darman school a few years ago, now works in a commercial company and earns a monthly salary of 5,000 Afghanis.

My brother S was a student at the Faculty of Economics, but due to our poor economic situation, he was forced to work.

We are very happy to live in a village where there isDarman School and we can study, and like me, an orphan and poor girl, it is not possible to study anywhere else.

When the new Taliban government came, all the girls of this school were very scared and we thought that we cannot continue our school anymore, because we heard from our elders that the Taliban are against teaching girls. But thank God that there are no problems for teaching primary school girls, The Taliban did not object and we can continue our schooling as before, and I hope that the girls high schools will also start soon.

Our teachers are very kind and work hard with us in teaching, so I also want to be a good teacher for girls in the future so that I can save my family from the economic crisis with my brother S and serve my compatriots too.

Finally, on behalf of all the girls of this school, I thank those who help and cooperate with us through this school, and I ask them not to leave us alone in this difficult situation.

Sincerely,

J

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Worried and sad for future

I am Sh, class 5th student in Darman school, we are living in Warasae Faqeer village in Kama distract, we are a poor family and my father is farmer.

My cousin and I are students in this school, we are very happy, this school is in our village and we can easily come to school without fear and any problem and continue our lessons.

I am very interested in my lessons and school. I am currently in the second grade position of the class and I try to study a lot to get the first grade position.

My mother encourages me a lot in my studies and my great sister F, who graduated from this Darman School, helps me a lot.

Our teachers are very kind with all of us, they love us like their own children and work hard with us in teaching. This kindness of teachers has encouraged me to become a kind teacher like my teachers in the future, but now that the new Taliban government has arrived and the girls above the sixth grade cannot continue their education up to unknown time, I am very worried and sad for my future, that I may not be able to reach my hope and destination, but we hope to God that everything will become fine.

We Afghan girls are very helpless, frustrated and under pressure. I beg all your kind people who read my letter please help our school because this is the only hope for us.

 

Sincerely,

Sh.

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My Hope is in my school

I am Zarsanga, daughter of Sardar. I am student in grade four. We live in Zarshoi village of Kama near to our school. I am very happy to be a Darman school student.

My father is a farmer, and he is illiterate. My two brothers are also studying in this Darman School.

My older brother graduated from this school and currently, he is nurse in Kama District Hospital.

Many schools closed in many parts of Afghanistan, and often girls cannot go to school. I am very happy to be able to study even while conditions are so bad.

Our teachers are kind and intelligent, they love us. When we are starting our class, they first of all ask us about previous lessons. When they are satisfied by our answers, they continue with a new lesson, and at end of it they give us homework.

The Darman Organization provides all the necessities for our school such as books, notebooks, pens, pencils, school bags etc. and also encourages us to study.

Last month my mother was very sick, and she was hospitalized for a few days. The doctors served my mother a lot until she recovered. I want to become a worthy doctor in the future and serve my people.

We Afghan children and all our people have suffered a lot, and we are still suffering. All our hope depends on this school. I call on all kindhearted people to help our school and not let it close.

 

Sincerely

Zarsanga

 

 

 

 

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Happy student  

I am Sabira, daughter of Gullab. My father is a farmer in Kama, I and my brother Ajmal are studying in our Darman School.

I am in grade 4 and my brother is in grade 5. We are very happy in this school.

When I was under school age and saw that many boys and girls were going to school I was really excited to join that school as well. Now I am proud that I am a student in spite of our family being very poor.

I am in the second position of my class. I study a lot to advance to first position. Our teachers are very good. I am glad I can read and write now. If we did not have this Darman school, all we girls would be illiterate. Attending school teaches us much more than the contents of the school lessons. I am lucky that this school is very near to our home. Other schools are too far from our village, I would not be able to go there.

Our Darman school made a great positive change in our life and community. All children are very enthusiastic about school, and those students who have graduated from this school are very clever.

My parents are uneducated. They are very happy, when I read my books, and they always pray for those people who built this school. When my father comes home from work, he always asks me and my brother, what we learned in school, and we have to repeat it for him. When we read our lessons to him, he becomes very happy and says, that Sabira will become a good doctor and Ajmal will became an engineer.

My father encourages us to study a lot, so we have a bright future, and our economy will also be good and strong in the future.

We are very grateful for those who are helping us and for our school. Please keep helping our school - our future and hope are tied to our Darman School.

Sincerely;

Sabira

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Development And Relief of Medical for Afghan Nation (DARMAN)

Location: Kabul, District 8 - Afghanistan
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Project Leader:
Nasimullah Darman
Kabul, District 8 Afghanistan
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