Daniel (12 yrs), Josephine (13 yrs), Norah (12 yrs) and Florence (13 yrs) were able put on brand new school uniform and look smart for the first time because of your generosity. These four children are all pupils of AMORWONGORA PRIMARY SCHOOL, one of the most remote government owned schools located in Katakwi district, Eastern Uganda. Daniel, Josephine and Norah are Orphans who lost their parents to HIV/AIDS and they are also positively living with HIV/AIDs. Because of the compassion and kindness of the school admisntration, they were allowed to continue studying even when they did not have any necessary school requirements including school fees and uniforms. Your giving has changed the story of these four poor and extremely vulnerable children as #vfhuganda was able to purchase for them each a complete set of school uniforms, paid for their schools fees in full and also contributed for their school feeding program where they are now able to receive cooked food at school for lunch. We also provided them with needed stationary (Books, Pens and Mathematical sets).
Daniel dreams of becoming a Pediatrician because he feels NO one cares for children who are living with HIV/AIDs and he wants to fill that gap where he will deidcate his life to help vulnerable and sick children.
We are blessed that you are part of Daniels dreams and we can together change the stories of thousands of children living and imapcted by HIV/AIDS. Would you help us share with your family, friends and networks about our project by sharing the link: https://www.globalgiving.org/projects/support-100-hiv-aids-positive-children/
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