2019

    Betty’s Story

    “I live with a husband and wife who I call my father and mother since my biological parents abandoned me.  The man I call father rescued me from the village where I was left since my parents never bothered to care for me or take me to school.  My dad would drink too much and beat my mother. The man I now call father rescued me and brought me to Jinja to babysit his children.  Then my new mother decided to take me to a local school where I study at times but am still chased away because they cannot pay for the school fees.  I dream of going to school and getting an education so I can become a lawyer someday.  Then I can have money to help others and also help defend people in the courts”.

    Now a part of the PFP Juniors program, Betty attends a highly ranked primary school and has big dreams for her future.  While PFP supports her with education and medical expenses, Betty continues to live with her adoptive parents who she loves very much. Her mom and dad work hand in hand with PFP and are proud to play a role in supporting Betty in being able to attend school. 

    Q&A

    Date of Birth: December 1, 2003

    What is your favorite subject in school? English

    What do you want to be when you grow up? A Lawyer

    Why?  To defend helpless people

    Why do you want to go to school?  To help me have a bright future

    What is your favorite color? Red

    What is your favorite food? Rice and Meat

    What are your hobbies? Reading

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