Birthday: September 3, 2005
Grade: Primary, Level 5
Sarah Achieng came to Awinjo House on December 6, 2010. When Sarah’s father died, her mother remarried a man who killed her in front of the children. There are no other relatives that can help except an old grandmother who cannot pay for school. Sarah was understandably very traumatized when she came to Awinjo, but still did well in school. Of course there are effects of the Download Obs Studio 64-bit Full Crack trauma that she experienced, but we are counseling her through this time and inpixio photo clip 8 serial believing that God will heal her of every emotional wound.
Sarah’s personality is very quiet and reserved, but she’s sweet and has a beautiful smile.
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Age: 18 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,... (Read more)
Age: 16 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... (Read more)
Age: 16 Birthday: June 21, 2000 Grade: Secondary, Level 3 Joyce Apoya came to Awinjo House on June 28, 2016. Her father died in 2007 and her mother has four children. An uncle was helping with school fees but lost his job and Joyce was out of school with no hope for a bright future.... (Read more)