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The do TERRA Healing Hands Foundation was able to assist in their educational efforts by making a donation toward a school constructed for boys and girls, ages 7 through 12, with classes for older children in the evening.

Major medical conditions in Somalia and among recent immigrants are malnutrition, iron deficiency anemia, Vitamin A deficiency, and scurvy.

Common infectious diseases are diarrheal disease, measles, malaria, and acute respiratory illness.

I worked extra hard."I went to dinner last night with friends to celebrate and will do so with family on Sunday."She added: "I want to grow, become my own person, be creative and just be myself."The heart-warming graduation video comes days after a report revealed the Home Office has lost track of a large number of overseas students.

Universities or colleges who sponsor non–EU students must immediately report those who fail to turn up or enrol.

The video collected thousands of retweets in a few hours after the student revealed how much the moment meant to her family.

Ms Tyrow tweeted: “Mama you ran from a civil war so I could be safe & get the education you didn't."Today you cried when you saw me in my robe.”The Middlesex University graduate said her mother had left her native Somalia in 1996, shortly after giving birth, and endured a three-year wait to gain access to the UK.

Illness may be caused by a communicable disease, by God, by spirit possession, or by the “evil eye.” Mental illness is often believed to be caused by spirit possession or as a punishment from God.

Traditional spiritual healers use religious rituals for healing.

The United States mission in Somalia in a statement said Siraji represented the best of Somalia’s great potential: “He was a rising star in the Somali government and his death is a loss for the country as a whole.” Somalia’s President Mohamed Abdullahi Farmajo cut short a trip to neighboring Ethiopia to attend Siraji’s funeral, describing him as “young, diligent, and patriotic.” The shooting came amid increasing unrest in Somalia.

Islamic extremist group al-Shabaab has carried out a string of attacks targeting government and security officials in response to an announcement by Farmajo declaring war on the terrorist group.

This week, Farmajo announced the country has a detailed plan to defeat al-Shabaab within two years.