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Hassan is a student from Tanzania who needs $150 by January 15, 2020 to fund his education.

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Hassan
I am 13 years old. I study at Miyomboni secondary school. The thing which I cannot forget is the day when I passed my standard seven examinations to come to secondary school. My happiest moment is when I went to Dar es Salaam. When I reach my dream, I will help my community to construct buildings for free.

Birthday: 2005

Gender: Male

Favorite Classes: physics

Favorite Books: Mabala the farmer

I Want to Be: architecture

Hobbies: play football

Family: father, mother, 3 brothers, 2 sisters, 2 grandmothers

Funding for form 2 2020:
Tuition, Exams, Uniform   $150

TOTAL   $150
Hassan's Journal
64 Entries
HELLO
Today I like to share with you about Sun.
Sun is the star.
- It is one among the millions of stars that one sees at night except that it looks much bigger because it is closer to the earth than other distant stars. The sun is much larger than other distant stars from the earth.
The sun is the source of all energy that supports life on Earth. The sun is responsible for water cycle and it is responsible for weather conditions and climate. The moon lights the Earth on some days of the month, though it gets its light from the sun.
The Importance of the Sun
- The sun is very important in the plants’ growth. The sun helps the plants to make their own food by the photosynthesis process.
-The sun is very necessary for the other living organisms, that is, it provides us with light for the vision and to do our work.
-The sun provides us with the heat to warm our bodies.
- The sun provides some animals and humans (that feed on plants) with food as it helps the plants to make its own food by the photosynthesis process.
- The sun is used in heating water and warming houses by the solar heater which changes the solar energy of the sun into the heat energy. The heat energy is used in warming houses and heating water.
- The sun is very important in the formation of the clouds, rain, and winds. The sun evaporates the water in the seas, lakes and oceans into water vapour. When the water vapour rises in the sky, it cools and condenses forming the clouds, which eventually forms rain.
Have a HELLO
Today I like to share with you about Sun.
Sun is the star.
- It is one among the millions of stars that one sees at night except that it looks much bigger because it is closer to the earth than other distant stars. The sun is much larger than other distant stars from the earth.
The sun is the source of all energy that supports life on Earth. The sun is responsible for water cycle and it is responsible for weather conditions and climate. The moon lights the Earth on some days of the month, though it gets its light from the sun.
The Importance of the Sun
- The sun is very important in the plants’ growth. The sun helps the plants to make their own food by the photosynthesis process.
-The sun is very necessary for the other living organisms, that is, it provides us with light for the vision and to do our work.
-The sun provides us with the heat to warm our bodies.
- The sun provides some animals and humans (that feed on plants) with food as it helps the plants to make its own food by the photosynthesis process.
- The sun is used in heating water and warming houses by the solar heater which changes the solar energy of the sun into the heat energy. The heat energy is used in warming houses and heating water.
- The sun is very important in the formation of the clouds, rain, and winds. The sun evaporates the water in the seas, lakes and oceans into water vapour. When the water vapour rises in the sky, it cools and condenses forming the clouds, which eventually forms rain.
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HELLO FRIEND today i will talk about malnutrition.
What Is Malnutrition?
Malnutrition is a condition that results from nutrient deficiency or overconsumption.

Types of malnutrition include (1, 2Trusted Source):

Undernutrition: This type of malnutrition results from not getting enough protein, calories or micronutrients. It leads to low weight-for-height (wasting), height-for-age (stunting) and weight-for-age (underweight).
Overnutrition: Overconsumption of certain nutrients, such as protein, calories or fat, can also lead to malnutrition. This usually results in overweight or obesity.
People who are undernourished often have deficiencies in vitamins and minerals, especially iron, zinc, vitamin A and iodine (3Trusted Source).

However, micronutrient deficiencies can also occur with overnutrition.

It’s possible to be overweight or obese from excessive calorie consumption but not get enough vitamins and minerals at the same time.

That’s because foods that contribute to overnutrition, such as fried and sugary foods, tend to be high in calories and fat but low in other nutrients (4).

SUMMARY
Malnutrition includes undernutrition and overnutrition, both of which can lead to health problems and nutrient deficiencies if not addressed.
Signs and Symptoms
The signs and symptoms of malnutrition depend on the type.

Being able to recognize the effects of malnutrition can help people and healthcare providers identify and treat issues related to under- or overnutrition.

Undernutrition
Undernutrition typically results from not getting enough nutrients in your diet.

This can cause (5):

Weight loss
Loss of fat and muscle mass
Hollow cheeks and sunken eyes
A swollen stomach
Dry hair and skin
Delayed wound healing
Fatigue
Difficulty concentrating
Irritability
Depression and anxiety
People with undernutrition may have one or several of these symptoms. Some types of undernutrition have signature effects.

Kwashiorkor, a severe protein deficiency, causes fluid retention and a protruding abdomen. On the other hand, the condition marasmus, which results from severe calorie deficiency, leads to wasting and significant fat and muscle loss (5).

Undernutrition can also result in micronutrient deficiencies. Some of the most common deficiencies and their symptoms include (3Trusted Source):

Vitamin A: Dry eyes, night blindness, increased risk of infection (6).
Zinc: Loss of appetite, stunted growth, delayed healing of wounds, hair loss, diarrhea (7).
Iron: Impaired brain function, issues with regulating body temperature, stomach problems (8).
Iodine: Enlarged thyroid glands (goiters), decreased production of thyroid hormone, growth and development issues (9).
Since undernutrition leads to serious physical issues and health problems, it can increase your risk of death.

In fact, it’s estimated that stunting, wasting and zinc and vitamin A deficiencies contributed to up to 45% of all child deaths in 2011 (10Trusted Source).

Overnutrition
The main signs of overnutrition are overweight and obesity, but it can also lead to nutrient deficiencies.

Research shows that people who are overweight or obese are more likely to have inadequate intakes and low blood levels of certain vitamins and minerals compared to those who are at a normal weight (11Trusted Source, 12Trusted Source).

One study in 285 adolescents found that blood levels of vitamins A and E in obese people were 2–10% lower than those of normal-weight participants (13Trusted Source).

This is likely because overweight and obesity can result from an overconsumption of fast and processed foods that are high in calories and fat but low in other nutrients (14Trusted Source, 15Trusted Source).
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