“I was born in Mbikko, Uganda to my parents Paul and Beatrice. I have three siblings and none of us attended school. Money has always been a problem for our family because jobs are so hard to get in Uganda. My mom is a housewife and my dad is jobless. When possible, we try to sell tomatoes in the market for some little money. This means that we struggle to just have regular meals and pay rent. School is something for families with money and even though my parents try to send me to school, the money just isn’t enough and I have to leave school. I want to study because I know that an education is what will help me to have a good future. I want to study to be a doctor someday so I can help sick people”.
Now a part of the PFP Juniors program, Favor attends a highly ranked primary school regularly and has big dreams for her future. While PFP supports her with education and medical expenses, Favor continues to live with her 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 Favor in being able to attend school.
Date of Birth: September 16, 2009
What is your favorite subject in school? Science
What do you want to be when you grow up? A Doctor
Why? To treat people
What is your favorite color? Pink
What is your favorite food? Chips and Chicken
What are your hobbies? Reading Novels