OWL: What chores do you help with at home?
Abdul: I carry water from town to my home. I also take my livestock to the field for grazing, and sometimes I do shopping for the house as well.
Maha: After studying my lessons I do chores like washing dishes, sweeping rooms, and helping with my small brothers.
OWL: How do you get to school?
Abdul: I walk to school from my home. It takes me 30 minutes.
Maha: It takes one hour to walk to school, because my house is far.
OWL: What do you like about your school?
Abdul: I love science. I like to learn something and see my friends every day.
Maha: I'm interested to see my classmates every day. My favourite things are playing and studying lessons with them. I'm eager to learn and think about my future.
OWL: What are you learning at school that is helping your family at home?
Abdul: There are many things we learn at school that can help at home, like health messages, attitudes, cleaning, good environments, reading, and writing.
Maha: We are learning many subjects in school in order to improve and enhance our studying level. We can gain many work opportunities to help and support our family.
OWL: What do you want to be when you grow up?
Abdul: I would like to be a doctor because then I can help my community. I see a lot of problems every day.
Maha: I would like to be a doctor because I want to help injured people and reduce illness.