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Reham
Youssef
Languages: 
English
November, 1995
Bio: 
Writer on the outside, dreamer on the inside. I use words to try and connect the world that resigns within me with the world that actually exists. I have an innate love for beautiful things and places that make me travel through time and grant me the ability to experience moments which captivate my whole existence away from the real world. So I guess all I am trying to say is that; I’m just a girl with a notebook, a pen and a fire in my soul that keeps me alive and I hope to never burn out. Last summer, i traveled Ghana to teach children their a curriculum that is based on humanity issues. I saw people there especially in poor areas, suffer from so many things, they don't ask for too much food, luxurious cars and houses or even technologies to help them cook their food, they have peace with them selves that they can survive, but as a normal human being, of course every one of them has his own week points because at the end we'r all human beings. so i made a challenge with my self that i will teach these angels in the schools that they have to have faith in god, whatever their religion is, having faith is a survival from any week moments they spend while their is no electricity, water , enough food and some times when there is no medical support in the most needed times. so I worked hardly the day before how could i let such an idea to be something unforgettable for those little children, and the moment i asked them to give me only one word replying to the word "GOD" I heard answers that i'v never heard before. and this moment i knew that i am the one who is learning..
Volunteering Experience: 
Last summer, i traveled Ghana to teach children their a curriculum that is based on humanity issues. I saw people there especially in poor areas, suffer from so many things, they don't ask for too much food, luxurious cars and houses or even technologies to help them cook their food, they have peace with them selves that they can survive, but as a normal human being, of course every one of them has his own week points because at the end we'r all human beings. so i made a challenge with my self that i will teach these angels in the schools that they have to have faith in god, whatever their religion is, having faith is a survival from any week moments they spend while their is no electricity, water , enough food and some times when there is no medical support in the most needed times. so I worked hardly the day before how could i let such an idea to be something unforgettable for those little children, and the moment i asked them to give me only one word replying to the word "GOD" I heard answers that i'v never heard before. and this moment i knew that i am the one who is learning..
Education: 
Third year mass-communication student at Misr international university
Occupation: 
Student
Other Skills: 
Horse riding, writing, volunteering
Reham Youssef
Cairo
Egypt
Languages:
English
November, 1995
Description
Writer on the outside, dreamer on the inside. I use words to try and connect the world that resigns within me with the world that actually exists. I have an innate love for beautiful things and places that make me travel through time and grant me the ability to experience moments which captivate my whole existence away from the real world. So I guess all I am trying to say is that; I’m just a girl with a notebook, a pen and a fire in my soul that keeps me alive and I hope to never burn out.

Last summer, i traveled Ghana to teach children their a curriculum that is based on humanity issues. I saw people there especially in poor areas, suffer from so many things, they don't ask for too much food, luxurious cars and houses or even technologies to help them cook their food, they have peace with them selves that they can survive, but as a normal human being, of course every one of them has his own week points because at the end we'r all human beings. so i made a challenge with my self that i will teach these angels in the schools that they have to have faith in god, whatever their religion is, having faith is a survival from any week moments they spend while their is no electricity, water , enough food and some times when there is no medical support in the most needed times. so I worked hardly the day before how could i let such an idea to be something unforgettable for those little children, and the moment i asked them to give me only one word replying to the word "GOD" I heard answers that i'v never heard before. and this moment i knew that i am the one who is learning..
Volunteering Experience
Last summer, i traveled Ghana to teach children their a curriculum that is based on humanity issues. I saw people there especially in poor areas, suffer from so many things, they don't ask for too much food, luxurious cars and houses or even technologies to help them cook their food, they have peace with them selves that they can survive, but as a normal human being, of course every one of them has his own week points because at the end we'r all human beings. so i made a challenge with my self that i will teach these angels in the schools that they have to have faith in god, whatever their religion is, having faith is a survival from any week moments they spend while their is no electricity, water , enough food and some times when there is no medical support in the most needed times. so I worked hardly the day before how could i let such an idea to be something unforgettable for those little children, and the moment i asked them to give me only one word replying to the word "GOD" I heard answers that i'v never heard before. and this moment i knew that i am the one who is learning..
Education
Third year mass-communication student at Misr international university
Occupation
Student
Other Skills
Horse riding, writing, volunteering
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