Due to serious health complications, Josephine could not walk for six years and was forced to drop out of school. During the war in Northern Uganda, she witnessed two of her brothers-in-laws being abducted by the rebel army. Occasionally during the war, she had to sleep in hideouts due to the fear she had of being abducted herself. After becoming a beneficiary of KKU, she has fewer worries and is now saving to buy a plot of land.
DREAM FOR THE FUTURE
“I plan to save as much money as possible and build a house where I can settle with my family.”
“Love is showing genuine concern for someone without being forced.”
MESSAGE TO KKi
“I am very grateful for the support and love that has been provided to me despite the fact that I am uneducated. I am treated with respect in the workplace.”