Azwa Arif the only daughter of Mr. Arif Ali, an assistant professor of computer science at the Sindh Madressatul Islam University, is an example of the amalgam of talent and hard luck.
Nine year old Azwa has qualified for the 22nd International Education and Resource Network (iEARN) International Conference and 19th Youth Summit in Brazil.
Parents are proud of their little star, who studies in class fourth at Mama Parsi School.
School administration also feels proud to have such a talented kid in their lot.
But the problem lies on the side of finance, no sponsor is available for this kid, who would take her to Brazil from Pakistan.
The tour costs Rs. 1.4 million and her parents and school both cannot accommodate her for such a big opportunity.
“I want to go and make my country proud but, unfortunately, no one is ready to sponsor my trip,” says Azwa hopelessly.
The competition will be held in Brazil from July 26 to July 30 but the procedure and payments must be completed by May 30.
This would be her first step to earn any concrete achievement, which will be visible to the world, and may settle a path for sparkling successes in future.
“I want to be a doctor and also do social work for my country,” says the young girl who hopes to serve humanity one day.
The young girl has won two awards in a poem competition as the youngest participant in poemclub.com.
Azwa is practicing hard for the competition with a hope of getting a chance to avail the opportunity.
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