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KIND recipient: I’d be married with kids without scholarship

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17-year-old Tamandani Khuphuki wants to be a nurse and says that without a KIND Fund scholarship, she’d probably be married with kids - just like her friends who dropped out of school because of the cost. Lawrence tells you how you can contribute to the KIND Fund.