Saved from a life of slavery, every girl has different needs. But one need is always the same. Education. Hagar's catch-up school in Cambodia teaches two grades per year. Once students are caught up to their age peers, they are integrated into a private school.
Last month, students at Hagar's School shared their dreams for the future with their teachers. It is our priveledge to share the girl's dreams with you:
"My dream is to be a good hair dresser and I want to run my own business so I can train young poor children, who are victims of abuse to be experts in this skill. I am happy because at Hagar I can learn these skills." - Rous Thavy, 16 years old, Grade 1A
"My dream is be a senior bank manager, because I want to be a reputable person in society. I can also help my family and those who are poor and abused like me." -Pov Lina, 8 years old, Grade 1A
"My dream is to be a manager at an organization, because I want to help abused victims like me rebuild their future." -Ny Theary, 13 years old, Grade 1A
"My dream is to be a doctor, because I want to cure people who are ill. I also want to help my community since there are not many doctors there." - Mol Sonita, 9 years old, Grade 3
We know that education can make dreams happen. Thank you for your continued support.
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