As the oldest of five children born to HIV-positive parents, Anena Cindrella spent the majority of her childhood years caring for her dying mother and father. With the money that she earns at KKU, Cindrella is able to support and send to school her four younger siblings. She hopes to continue to save so that she can buy land and build a home for her family and give them safe, happy lives.
DREAM FOR THE FUTURE
“I dream of building a home for my family so that my younger brothers and sisters will have a safe place to live.”
“I enjoy reading the Bible when I am not working.”
MESSAGE TO KKi
“To the founders and promoters of KKU, thank you. You have done many wonderful things in Northern Uganda and have changed our lives in positive ways.”