Afghan refugee boy reaches out to his community through youtube

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New Delhi, Nov 26 (ANI): A young Afghani boy, Ferdaws, always dreamt of becoming an engineer. But, little did he know that life had different plans for him. Prolonged conflict in Afghanistan forced Ferdaws and his family to flee their country and take refuge in India. However, settling down in India had its own share of problems as Ferdaw’s family had to deal with financial hardships. A delay in obtaining a refugee card for the family has prevented Ferdaws and his siblings from getting admission in a school. Not one to be bogged down by the tough circumstances, Ferdaws started his Youtube channel a year ago to keep himself busy. Ferdaw’s channel caters to Afghan community in India and outside, offering them a way to unwind. Because of the non-availability of refugee card I didn’t get admission in any school. Sitting at home was really hard because when you are not in your home country there is nothing much to do. And at that time there was no job or school, so I decided to indulge myself in social media. Then I made my account on YouTube, the basic idea was to entertain people. Overtime Ferdaws has learnt the nitty-gritty of graphics, video editing, audio and visual techniques from YouTube. He calls YouTube his teacher, which has taught him most of the work. Ferdaws is fluent in

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