After being severely burned in an accident as a child, Adong Prossy suffered from physical and emotional torment throughout her childhood. Today, Prossy is able to escape her pain through crochet and the fellowship she has with the other women at the KKU compound. She enjoys teaching her children how to read and write and hopes to use the money she earns through crocheting to provide them with a good education.
DREAM FOR THE FUTURE
“I hope to send my children to the best schools so that they can have the education that I was unable to receive.”
“Loving others means caring and providing for them in a way that does not hurt anyone else.”
MESSAGE TO KKi
“Thank you for the work you have done for the vulnerable women of Uganda. Because of your gift, our children are now living happy childhoods and getting good educations.”