Birthday: June 6, 2000
Grade: Primary, Level 7
Natasha Lovisa came to Awinjo House on March 14, 2016. Natasha’s mother died of HIV in 2003, her father is unknown, and she was raised by her grandfather who is a widower. Because her grandfather could not pay her school fees, Natasha was chased away from school multiple times. She came to Tororo to live with her aunt in early 2016, but the uncle refused to help her. That’s when Natasha came to live at Awinjo House. Natasha has some health issues when she eats certain foods, but otherwise she’s healthy.
Natasha Lovisa is completing P7 in a local boarding school in Tororo. She is a good student with a good attitude, and we are grateful that the Lord brought her to Awinjo House.
If you would like to sponsor Natasha for just $36/mo, please click the Sponsor button below to access Natasha’s personal giving page. And 100% of the money that you give will be used to provide Natasha with:
Thank you for your interest in Natasha and all of the children at Awinjo House. Without your encouragement, prayers, and financial support, this ministry could not exist to raise orphaned and vulnerable children to love and serve Jesus in Uganda.
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Age: 11 Birthday: August 2005 Grade: Primary, Level 3 Agnes came to Awinjo House on June 14, 2014. Agnes’s father was killed, and her mother remarried and has two children by the second husband. Neither Agnes' mother nor step father work, and the conditions in their home are volatile. Agnes had some struggles when she... (Read more)
Age: 9 Birthday: March 4, 2007 Grade: Primary, Level 4 Patience came to Awinjo House on May 4, 2012. Patience’s mother was brutally killed in front of Patience and her half sister Sarah. Patience was about three years at the time and still shows signs of the trauma. She has no other relatives that could... (Read more)