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AMIN POONJA (Chairman - Aga Khan Education Board for Edmonton): It's amazing that once they get involved in the system, the volunteers really see...uh...they get hooked to the system.

Rehana Hirani (Teacher - Headquarters Learning Centre): I find it really rewarding 'cause...I don't know...just the look on their face when...you know that they've understood something when they didn't before.

Richard Lee (Teacher- Winter Mini School): I feel like I actually am helping these children, helping them improve a bit and I can...I can feel that they... they're learning something from me.

NARRATOR: The students also agree that these programs are helping them build for the future.

Arezou Sultani (Student): It helps us a lot, especially with our homeworks, we need lots of helps nowadays, and also with lots...our exams.

Frozan Sultani (Student): It's somewhere that we can get help and it can be help with our...our future and the...they can tell about our university. our Ashmat Shayan (Student): This is my goal, this is my plan, this is my wish in my life... I wanted to go...I want to go to university.

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