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When Kakenya Ntaiya from Kenya was fourteen, she (make) a deal with her father. He would let her finish high school or she (threaten) to run away. Maasai girls didn’t usually finish high school, but her father (accept). Ntaiya said: ‘I had always liked going to school and I (always dream) of being a teacher.’ But Ntaiya (be) engaged to be married since the age of five and spent a lot of her childhood learning how to be a good Maasai wife. However, she was very good at school and she (win) a scholarship to go to the USA. The villagers where she lived (collect) money for her flight and Ntaiya (promise) to come back to help the village. When she (finish) her degree she (work) for a while at the UN and then got a doctorate. In 2009, she (set) up a primary school in her old village. This school now (help) more than 150 girls to get a good education. Ntaiya (keep) her promise to her village. The girls at the school (want) to be teachers, doctors or lawyers. But there (be) problems. At first the villagers (not want) to give Ntaiya the land for the school but many parents now 17) (realise) how important a good education can be for their daughters