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Kawkaba, Samira’s mother was a young girl who was forced to marry a drug addict in Badakhshan Province. She divorced from her husband 5 years ago and moved to Kabul 6 months ago. She came to Mahboba’s Promise office and requested to enroll her only daughter into Kabul Hope House. It has been two months since Samira started living at the Hope House. She is now in grade 2 and is happy to be living at the Hope House.
Negita’s father was accused of killing one of his relatives 6 years ago. He was sentenced to 18 years in prison. Negita’s mother was shot during a heated argument with her uncle 4 months ago. After the death of her mother, Negita and her siblings faced many hardships and lived without any support for far too long. Mahboba’s Promise found them a month ago and brought them to Kabul Hope House. Negita and her siblings still don’t believe that their mother has left them. Negita is in grade 5 at school and her favorite subject is Dari.
Nawida lost her mother as a result of a stroke two years ago. Losing her mother made life difficult for her and her siblings. They have suffered many hardships after her mother passed away. “My mother was so kind to us, she cooked delicious food, washed our clothes and gave us hugs, we all miss her a lot.” Nawida’s father was injured by the Taliban many years ago and he is unable to work now. It has been two months since Nawida and her sisters enrolled at the Kabul Hope House. She is in grade 3 of school and wishes to be a teacher in the future.
Little Marwa is 8 years old. Her father has been in jail for the last 6 years. Six months ago, her mother was killed by her uncle during a heated argument. Marwa and her three little sisters were left on their own to fend for themselves. Recently, Mahboba’s Promise found them and brought them to the Kabul Hope House. It is hard for Marwa and her siblings to imagine their lives without their mother, but things are getting a little easier for these sisters now that they have the Hope House to call home. Marwa is now in grade 2 and is making many new friends. She aspires to be a teacher when she grows up.
Husna's mother was a young girl who was forced to marry an older man. Her in-laws did not respect her and made her do difficult and heavy work. She divorced from him two years ago. As the Taliban attacked their village six months ago, Husna's family had to escape to the Paryan district of Panjshir Province. Mahboba’s Promise found Husna's family living in harsh conditions, sheltered only by tents. Husna and her sister now live in the Kabul Hope House. Husna dreams to complete her education and be a teacher in the future.
Momen is the youngest orphan of the Hope House children. Next year he will attend school for the first time. His father was a shopkeeper who died many years ago. He has two sisters and one brother. Momen’s mother along with his siblings live in the village of Panjshir Valley. Momen is one of the most active of the Hope House children. He is also one of the boldest and most mischievous children of the Hope House.