Sylvia’s Story:

    Before joining the PFP program, Sylvia and her sister Chipa had been abandoned by their family. They stayed with a relative who tried to offer support but the family had too many children to feed, and Sylvia and her sister Chipa were not made a priority. The sisters were in immediate threat of being left to survive alone on the streets. Luckily, The Peace for Paul Foundation heard of the trouble these sisters faced and came to help. Sylvia and Chipa lived at Peace Home together for a number of years and after a time, the family’s financial situation turned around. The family gained (limited) employment and were happy to welcome the girls back home to rebuild and strengthen family relationships. In 2018, the girls returned home, but remain a full part of the PFP program. They attend boarding school during the school year and spend school holidays with their family.  PFP supports them financially with food, medical and other expenses. Our social worker makes weekly check in visits to ensure Sylvia and her sister Chipa continue to thrive.

     

    Date of Birth: February 15, 2005

    Place of birth: Masese, Uganda

    Tribe: Karamojong

    Q&A

    What do you want to be when you grow up? I want to become a lawyer

    Why? I want to deal with and solve people’s legal issues

    What is your favorite color? Yellow

    What is your favorite food? Spaghetti and beef

    What are your hobbies? Netball

    What is your favorite subject in school? Math