Iwubwe Muhammad


    Muhammad’s Story

    “I was born in Mbikko, Uganda in 2008.  My parents both died leaving me an orphan.  Since then, I have lived with my auntie, who is the sister to my mom.  There are many other children that she cares for and there is not enough money for everyone.  We often go hungry and it is impossible for us all to attend school because it costs a lot. I like school so much and it is my dream to be able to study.  I think an education is important because it helps you get a job and money.  If you don’t have an education, you may do bad things like be a thief.  I would like to study and be a pilot someday.  Then I can help my auntie and other people so they don’t have to suffer”.

    Now a part of the PFP Juniors program, Muhammad attends a highly ranked primary school and has big dreams to become a pilot someday. While PFP supports him with education and medical expenses, Muhammad continues to live with her auntie and cousins, who he loves very much. His mother works hand in hand with PFP and is proud to play a role in supporting Muhammad in being able to attend school regularly. 


    Date of Birth: June 20, 2008

    What is your favorite subject in school? English

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

    Why is education important?  To make people smart

    What is your favorite color? Red

    What is your favorite food? Rice and Meat

    What are your hobbies? Football and Netball