As the first born child of seven, Beatrice assumed her mother’s role in taking care of her siblings when both of her parents died. During the war in northern Uganda, Beatrice and her family jumped from town to town in search for safety which made life unexpected and unstable. Now that she is working at KKU, she is earning a steady income and is able to buy food and support her children in school.
DREAM FOR THE FUTURE
“I want to buy a plot of land for my children and educate them as long as I can.”
FAVORITE THING ABOUT NORTHERN UGANDA
“The most beautiful thing about northern Uganda is the fertile soil and the food that we are beginning to experience.”
MESSAGE TO KKi
“Support as many vulnerable women as you can because the impact is good.”