Birthday: April 8, 2000
Grade: Secondary, Level 2
Peace Nabuduwa came to Awinjo House on February 24, 2016. Her mother is Barbara Nambuya who was formerly a mama at Awinjo House, but left to get married in November of 2013. Poverty set in with the family and made paying school fees for Peace impossible. Their father is alive but drinks alcohol heavily and refuses to help with the family’s expenses. The grandmother is too elderly to work, and also cannot contribute any money toward school fees.
Peace is well behaved and a very good student. She has a great singing voice, and is quickly becoming a strong leader in the church choir. Peace is quiet and reserved, but has made a few very close friends since being here.
If you would like to sponsor Peace for just $36/mo, please click the Sponsor button below to access Peace’s personal giving page. And 100% of the money that you give will be used to provide Peace with:
Thank you for your interest in Peace 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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