Abraham (also called Nana) has been an orphan since he was just one year old. His mother was murdered by the co-wife of her husband and after her death, Abraham’s father ran away, not to be seen again. Abraham was living with his grandmother, but she is elderly and sick and is not able to work. She has 11 grandchildren living with her and while she does her best, she is not able to feed, clothe or send any of the children to school. Abraham was often left alone sleeping on the porch of their mud hut while the grandmother roamed town looking for food. The neighbors were worried that Nana was at great risk for being abducted as he was often left to fend for himself. When Abraham fell sick, the grandmother could not afford to take him to the clinic and so he was treated using local herbs that she was able to find.
Nana’s grandmother begged for help from the PFP Foundation, and in 2017 Abraham was brought to stay in PFP’s Hope Home. He now has a safe and loving home and is looking forward to his future with hope. The PFP team ensures that Nana is able to visit his grandmother and cousins and they are welcomed for visits at his home as well. We are honored to play a part in this young man’s life and cannot wait to see what he becomes.
Date of Birth: August 27, 2013
Place of birth: Masese, Uganda
What do you want to be when you grow up? A bus driver
Why? So that I can take passengers to their destinations
What is your favorite color? Blue
What is your favorite food? Chips and chicken
What are your hobbies? Playing with toy cars
What is your favorite subject in school? English and coloring