When David was a young boy, he lived with both of his parents and his sister Atim, but one day his mother disappeared, never to be seen or heard from again. David’s father kept him for some time, but he soon became sick and was no longer able to work. He left David with his mother (David’s grandmother) in the hopes that she would be able to help. David’s grandmother did her best but she had taken in many other children as well, so there was never much in the way of food or other necessities. David was never able to attend school, but he survived his day-to-day life with the help of his grandmother. In 2015, David’s father died of heart failure and just one year later, his grandmother died from respiratory problems. At this point, David and his sister Atim were left alone without a caregiver and their aunt temporarily took them in. However their aunt was abusive and not able or willing to provide necessities, let alone school fees for the two children. In 2017, David was welcomed into The Peace for Paul Foundation family and will now be able to attend school and look toward his future with hope.
Date of Birth: January 6, 2007
What do you want to be when you grow up? I want to become a medical doctor
Why? Because I want to treat people and make them feel better
What is your favorite color? Blue
What is your favorite hobby? Playing football and swimming
What is your favorite food? Chips and chicken
What is your subject in school? Social Studies