14-year old Morine was born to the late Okello Alfred and the late Amony Collin and she is now in care of her 37-year old paternal aunt Atyang Anna.
Morine is the head prefect at her school in Sir Samuel Joe nursery and primary school, this position was given to her due to the discipline, and her excellent performance in school and especially the leadership skills that she has portrayed.
During her free time Morine loves to do a lot of things which are inclusive of time spent in church.
“I love playing hand ball and singing, I also teach Sunday school children at our church in Ogena Christian church,” happily narrated Morine
Morine one of the beneficiaries who is will seat her primary leaving examinations this year at Sir Samuel Joe nursery and primary school.
In second term she managed to scored 2nd grade during the mocks examinations that she sat at the school
Morine parents were both killed by the rebels in 2000, “after their death, my grandfather tried to cater for me but he became helpless until aunt Anna took me up, but she can also hardly help. It is the church that provides for us but it’s also fading away,” sadly mentioned Morine.
Morine has 2 siblings but currently she doesn’t know where they are and who is supporting them, she continues to be grateful to PLA for the support that they have rendered her since 3 years ago of her school when she was in primary 5.She is now in Primary seven.
“With the encouragement that I continuously get from PLA, I promise to read more and perform better now in my final examinations this November 2014,” said Morine
Morine will need further support in terms of school fees and scholastic materials in secondary school. Counseling will be one thing that she will continuously get from PLA offices.Attachments: