Rania is a 13-year-old Eritrean girl who lives in a refugee camp in Kassala, Sudan. She loves to read, draw, and play, and she has dreams of going to university to become a doctor.
She’s experienced much more than the average 13-year-old. Not only is she living with the difficulty of her father being paralysed from the waist down, but Rania’s family is so poor that before Charity Right’s feeding programme, she would regularly go without meals.
Thanks to your donations, she now has a breakfast every morning.
When we asked her how receiving Charity Right meals have helped her, she said: “Having breakfast every day has helped me to get higher grades. This year, I came top of my class. I got 266/300 on my exam. Last year, when we didn’t have enough money for my breakfast, I came tenth.”
May Allah (swt) grant Rania her dream of becoming a doctor, and may she become a source of healing and comfort for her community.
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