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Inspirational Afghan mother receives full support for her education dreams

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Khaama Press
Khaama Press
Khaama Press is a Kabul-based independent and non-political news organization established in 2010.

An Afghan mother, whose photo went viral internationally while attending a university entrance exam, has received full support to achieve her dreams of graduation from university.

The 25-year-old Jahan Taab from Daikundi province has been enrolled for the economic faculty in a private unviersity (Kaateb University) in Kabul.

She will study for a period of four years in the university with a full financial support to cover her study, sponsored by Farkhunda Zahra Naderi, the former Afghan Parliament Member and Senior Presidential Envoy to the United Nations.

Ms. Naderi has fully paid the four year expenses for the education of Jahan Taab including her fees to Kaateb University while the Second Vice President Mohammad Sarwar Danish will cover the accommodation expenses of Jahan Taab.

Ms. Naderi says she will support Jahan Taab through Citizen and Police Movement which was launched two to three years back.

According to Ms. Naderi, Jahan Taab is a good example of a good citizen and can bring peace and prosperity through her hard work and efforts.

According to reports, efforts are also underway to provide employment opportunity for the husband of Jahan Taab.

The photos of Jahan Taab went viral internationally last week after one of her photos was posted online which was taken during the university entrance exams.

Jahan Taab was shown nursing her baby in the compelling photo while simultaneously taking a exam along with dozens of other students in a private university in Daikundi province.

She had reportedly travelled up to eight hours from her home village to participate in the exams, from Hosho village to Nilli district.

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