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World Vision Goodwill Ambassador Melissa Doyle sponsored Khulan 11 years ago, helping her to follow her dreams. Today, Khulan is at university studying engineering.
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“Every child deserves an education & healthcare. I knew my small contribution would make a difference” @melissadoyle https://t.co/zt6QmB3fzw
11 years ago @melissadoyle sponsored Khulan from #Mongolia. Thanks to this support now Khulan is working towards her dream of becoming a railway #Engineer https://t.co/zt6QmB3fzw