Birthday: April 29, 1998
Grade: Secondary, Level 2
Mercy Nakayenze came to Awinjo House on January 21, 2011. Her father disappeared, and her mother is extremely poor with five other children. Mercy was staying with an Aunt in a border town, but there were eight children in one small room with the aunt, including some much older boys. The home was next to a prostitute bar, and Mercy wanted to go to a better school.
Mercy is well behaved, and despite her difficult upbringing does well in school. She has a very shy and reserved personality, but allows her personality to shine through when she’s singing in the choir. Not only does dgflick album xpress pro 13.5 crack Mercy help lead the church choir, but she also helps set an example for the younger children.
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Thank you for your interest in Mercy and all of the children at Awinjo House. Without your encouragement, prayers, and financial Tmpgenc Torrents support, this ministry could not exist to raise orphaned and vulnerable children to love and serve Jesus in Uganda.
Age: 6 Birthday: 2010 Grade: Primary, Level 1 Barbara and her brother Denis were brought to us by the government on September 10, 2015. Their father and mother both had AIDS, and the father died a while back. The mother died and was buried the day before the children came here, and they were obviously... (Read more)
Age: 6 Birthday: September 20, 2009 Grade: Primary, Level 1 Geoffrey Owino came to Awinjo House on January 10, 2015. He is from a remote village and does not speak very good English. His father died March 24, 2014. His mother is Akoth Bernadette; she's 31 years old, has seven children, and no land to... (Read more)
Age: 16 Birthday: 2000 Grade: Primary, Level 6 Silver came to Awinjo House on September 1, 2014. His mother is a widow with many children and cannot care for them properly. Silver was in a poor village school and eating only one meal per day. We had to put him back to fourth grade, even... (Read more)