Written by: Najia Nijat

Lalo Mama is sitting under a tree in the yard of the castle. Sana and her brother, Bilal go to the castle and Lalo Mama greets them. Sana complains from the hot weather but Bilal mocks him and calls her a spoiled girl and adds that Sana uses an umbrella and she still complains from the hot weather.

Lalo Mama takes them inside the castle. Sana complains from Bilal and says that when Bilal goes to school, he does not take his umbrella with him nor wear a cup. Sana adds that Bilal always suffers from headache and she wants Lalo Mama to open a window about this issue.

Lalo Mama opens a window for their information.


In the window, Faisal and Emal are going to school. Faisal complains from headaches. Emal says that the sun is the cause of his headache because Faisal never wears his cap and nor takes his water bottle. Emal denies his sayings. When they go a few steps ahead, Faisal falls on the ground.

Lalo Mama closes the window.

Sana still blames Faisal. Lalo Mama turns him talking box. 

Najeeba, a resident of Maidan-Wardak province says, “When I was going to school, the weather was very hot. When I reached school, blood flew from my nose, I felt of nausea and I was suffering from headache too.”

Lalo Mama turns off his talking box. Bilal asks Lalo Mama that how he sunstroke.

Lalo opens another window.


In the window, the reporter of the castle is talking about the hot weather and says that some school students do not take a water bottle and umbrella with them and some of them might suffer from sunstroke, and then she talks about this issue with some juveniles.

Hadia Hotak, a resident of Logar province says, “When I go to school, I use the umbrella and take my water bottle and have not faced sunstroke yet.”

Yasir says, “I wear a cap when I go to school and I always have a water bottle and I drink water on the way to school and I have not faced sunstroke yet.”

Lalo Mama closes this window too. Fahim promises that he would take a water bottle and would wear his cap when going to school.