Waibi Emmanuel


    Waibi’s Story

    “My father has never been in my life. My mother loved me so much, but was often ill with chronic mental illness. Life was too hard for me where my future was undefined and this forced me to go to Peace for Paul to seek help to go to school. 

    Originally, I was enrolled in the PFP Junior Program where I remained at home and received education assistance so I could attend school. Sadly after one month in the PFPJ program, my mother passed away suddenly. Now a total orphan, I was welcomed into the PFP Main Program and began to reside at Hope Home. Where before my family had no money for medical expenses or food, I became safe and healthy and so proud to be attending school.”

    Waibi says that he hopes he can honor his mother’s memory and make her proud by working hard and making a better life for himself. We are so proud of him. In his free time, Waibi likes to play football (soccer), swim and play table pool games.

    Date of Birth: December 25, 2004

    Place of birth: Bugembe, Uganda


    What do you want to be when you grow up? I want to become a history teacher.

    Why? I want to teach students about the past.

    What is your favorite color? Red

    What is your favorite food? Chips and chicken

    What is your favorite school subject? History

    What is your favorite hobby? Playing football (soccer), swimming and playing table pool.