8B Learner of the Week: Anderson Francisco

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Anderson Francisco, 13 years old

What is your tribe/mother tongue?


What is your favorite thing about school?

Physical Education the most but I also enjoy the rest of the day in school.

Who lives with you at your house? What are some of the chores you have to do at home?

I live with my parents, aunt and my two sisters. I do my chores remarkable well like washing dishes, sweeping the house, etc.

What would you like people in America to know about your country, Namibia?

Namibia is an incredible country, everywhere you look you’ll see something amazing like our oldest desert on earth, the Namib Desert with the welwitschia mirabillis plant.

What are some of your goals and dreams? What do you want to be when you grow up?

When I grow up I want to become a surgeon which is my long-term goal but for now a nurse.

What is your favourite thing about Namibia? What is your favorite thing about your culture/tribe?

There’s no telling what’s your favourite in Namibia [because there is too much to like] and about my tribe is a sweet seed called Nombe.

Who is your hero and why?

My parents are forever my heroes because they’re doing everything in their power for me to have the best education I can possibly get.


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One response to “8B Learner of the Week: Anderson Francisco

  1. Meghan S

    Anderson, you sound like a highly motivated and responsible young man!! Your future patients will be lucky to have such a wonderful surgeon.

    – Meghan, Boston, Massachusetts, USA

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