Her life has been arduous and filled with despair. But Sherry Hosein’s greatest dream came true last week Tuesday when her son, an only child, passed the SEA examination for his first choice, St Mary’s College in Port-of-Spain.
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Every month engineering student Giatri Kavita Lalla takes a significant portion of her salary from her internship job and buys school stationery for less fortunate children in her neighbourhood.
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Mother of 14, Mala Joseph, rises at 4 am every day and cooks breakfast and lunch for her family and homeless people she took in, does the laundry, tidies up the kitchen and heads off to her job taking care of an elderly person.
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Grocery packer Lillyan Williams’ dream of joining the T&T Coast Guard drew closer after she met with Force Command Fleet Chief Petty Officer Marlon Bethel and Lt Commander Kirk Jean-Baptiste, Public Affairs Officer, T&T Defence Force.
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Amanda Lalchan earned the name “Roti Girl” after she began making roti for a woman in the Chaguanas Market when she was 18. “Customers would come in asking, ‘Where the small girl, where the roti girl?’” she told the T&T Guardian.
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