Education, Nampula, Successful
Daniel Adriano Sualehe is a 16-year-old boy who lives in the village of Mualamakoji, district of Eráti, Province of Nampula. The parents are peasants, but currently he lives with their older sister Celestina who is a peasant, divorced and mother of six children. He completed 7th grade at Mualamakoji Primary School in 2016 and joined the Alua/Eráti secondary School, where he currently attends 9ª grade. The school is far from the village, Daniel must walk about 5km, and to arrive punctually the school must leave home very early, without lunching to avoid delays and only returns 19:30 because the classes end at 17:30. The bicycle would be very important and would change Daniel's life, for it will help to shorten the distances from home to school, to move to the library of the mission of the priests who also the school, go to physical education that has done in the mornings, having to leave at once from home linking normal afternoon classes because of distance, and will facilitate health care. Despite the distance to school and economic conditions that are him, Daniel wishes to pursue his studies with his dream of being a doctor.
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