The Hazara girl, who flew to Pakistan to save her life, won a scholarship at Harvard.

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The Hazara girl, who flew to Pakistan to save her life, won a scholarship at Harvard
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The Hazara girl, who flew to Pakistan to save her life, won a scholarship at HarvardAfter fleeing her home country and escaping prosecution in Pakistan, Sana Batool has received a prestigious Harvard scholarship. A native of Quetta, Batol is the first Hazara to be awarded the Paul Paul and Daisy Soros Fellowship for New Americans in Medicine from Harvard Medical School.

Despite the hardships they have faced, forcing them to leave their own homes to save their lives, the achievement alone shows the peaceful resilience. The Hazara group of Pakistan has faced a rage of oppression, génocide, and target killing easily recognized for their distinct facial features and sectarian identification. Batool wants to graduate and represent the Hazara community in the area of medicine and health after activating its achievements.

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