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If, by any chance, that child has already been sponsored, we will let you know and offer you an alternative child.

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Favor (675-19)

Favor is 5 years old and is the second eldest with three siblings in her family. She lives in Namatala with her parents in a semi-permanent house. Her mother is a tailor and her father is a casual worker.

Favor likes playing on the swings and playing with the skipping rope with her friends. In class, she can blend sounds to read words.

 

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Maureen (694-19)

Maureen is 9 years old and is the youngest with two siblings in her family. She is a Musamya by tribe and lives in Namatala with her grandmother. Her father passed away and her mother lives in another village. Maureen and her grandmother live in a semi-permanent styled house.

Maureen likes skipping and playing on the swings with her friends. In class, she is good at literacy and counting.

 

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Paul (585-17)

Paul is 14 years old and is the second youngest with six siblings in his family. He lives in Namatala with his mother. His mother is a tailor and his father is an agricultural worker.

Paul studies at the Secondary School, where he enjoys learning Biology, Chemistry, History and Agriculture.

 

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Katy 6 years old and is the youngest with 6 siblings in her family. She is a Muteso by tribe and lives in Namatala with her mother, who is a casual worker.

Katy likes bouncing the ball and playing with the skipping rope with her friends. In class, she can identify colours, understands and follows instructions in English and can count to 20.

 

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Angel  (605-18)

Angel is 5 years old and is the youngest with one sibling in his family. He lives in Namatala with his mother who is a casual worker in a semi-permanent styled house.. His father lives in their village and is an agricultural worker.

Angel likes bouncing and kicking the ball with his friends. In class, he can identify colours, can count and write numbers up to 20.

 

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Dollar - now sponsored

 

Dollar is 4 years old and is the eldest with one sibling in his family. His a Muteso and he lives in Namatala slum with his parents. His mother is a housewife and his father is a social worker at the Child of Hope school. They live in a semi-permanent house.

Dollar likes play dough, the swings and playing in the sand with his friends. In class, he is good at English and can count to 20.

 

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Palma (692-19)

Palma is 7 years old and is the eldest with two siblings in her family. She is an Acholi by tribe and lives in Namatala with her auntie. Their house is a semi-permanent styled house.

Palma likes skipping and playing handball with her friends. Palma also likes singing. In class, she is good at all subjects including literacy and science.