For most of her young life, Ketty lived with both of her parents in the slum area called Masese. The mother and father have struggled for years with opioid addiction and in 2020, they separated due to continued drug and alcohol abuse and resultant domestic abuse. Ketty and her two sisters were kept by the father and made to remain indoors, no longer allowed to see their mother or anyone else. Their father became an angry man, and continued to smoke Opium. When he did so, he would become violent to the girls. The home they lived in had only one room and all three girls were made to share this room with their father. The city probation officer and the PFP social work team were called to rescue the girls and provide a safe refuge until the time comes when their mother or father are rehabilitated and able to provide a safe and loving atmosphere for them.
Now, Ketty lives with her siblings in PFP’s Love Home. Ketty and her sisters have the opportunity to attend school and study together. They love learning and are picking it up quickly. During school holidays the girl’s mother and father are welcome to visit their children and the family is working on rebuilding ties. Ketty is looking forward to her future with hope and loves visiting with her mom and dad in a controlled and safe environment.
Date of Birth: October 5, 2013
What do you want to be when you grow up? I want to become a Doctor
Why? I hope to treat people and help them to become well again
What is your favorite color? Red
What is your favorite food? Rice and spaghetti
What is your favorite thing to do? Playing hide and seek
What is your favorite subject in school? Mathematics
Why? Because it is simple and I understand it well