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Sahnun Mohamud has never lived in Somalia. But the 21-year-old student has helped establish an organization that supports aid projects for the East African country. Sahnun Mohamud helped start and is a director of a student group called Students for Somalia. Mr. Mohamud attends William and Mary College in Williamsburg, Virginia. It is a long way from Somalia. However, his parents were born there. And, Somalia is still home to many members of his family. His mother, Filsan Darman, helped start the aid agency Aadamiga Somalia in 1987. She says the agency provided food and clothing to Somalis who had fled their homes to escape violence during the civil war. Sahnun Mohamud became involved in humanitarian projects early in life. He noted that many Somali aid organizations have only Somali members. He says one of his goals was to have every ethnicity and race help Somalia. This year, Students for Somalia and Aadamiga are cooperating on a project to fight poverty and increase education. Mr. Mohamud said the groups make small loans to women in refugee camps in Mogadishu. The women use the loans to start or support small businesses. Each borrower is required to have a child in school in Somalia. Each must agree to keep her children in school. Mr. Mohamud says each woman repays the loan by giving the money to her child’s school. Mr. Mohamud believes his program provides an answer to many of Somalia’s problems. He says young people will not be forced to leave school and work if their mothers’ businesses succeed. And, it will help prevent them from becoming child soldiers for armed groups