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Joyce Akello

Gender: Female
Hometown:
Joyce’s Story: Joyce at age sixteen is the youngest of three children; her two older sisters are twenty-five and twenty. She has never met her father and doesn’t really know her mother. Joyce was raised by her grandmother and aunt, soon after she was born her mother gave her grandmother guardianship. When Joyce, the youngest of 3 children, was eight she began living with her aunt. In 2006 Joyce was living in a refugee camp with her aunt, when the coordinator of the camp gathered all the names of orphans or needy children. This lady asked Joyce’s aunt for permission to write her name on the list. Joyce was happy and excited when she learned she would be moving to Kampala.

Sharon Adong

DOB: 10/25/1998
Gender: Female
Hometown: Gulu
Sharon’s Story: The saddest moment of Sharon’s life was when she was 8 years old. Her father was captured and killed by Kony’s rebels. Her mother is still alive but sickly; she lives in Gulu and “digs” for a living (subsistence farming). When Sharon got the opportunity to come to UJV/school, she was thrilled at learning & thought life would be easy and there’d be no more problems; she would now have the opportunity to become someone great. “It was difficult at first.

Mary Aber

DOB: 11/11/1993
Gender: Female
Hometown:
About: Mary’s daddy was a drunkard, her mother left both her husband and children because of his drunkenness. Mary’s mother is believed to have died but no details are known. Mary has five sisters and one brother. At age 4, Mary and her 6 siblings moved in with their grandmother. As the eldest girl, Mary always had a lot of responsibility.

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