In order to afford school, Ajok Monica was sent to live with her grandmother, but had to drop out during her last year when she became pregnant.Working at KK Uganda has given Monica the income she needs to house, feed and provide medical care and education for her child. She hopes to return to school herself once she has enough money saved for tuition. She also dreams of becoming a goat farmer and owning her own agricultural business.
DREAMS FOR THE FUTURE
“My future plan is to start a small goat farm and also to return to school.”
INTERESTS & HOBBIES
“I like socializing with others, studies, doing business and also giving good advice to friends.
MESSAGE TO KK intl.
“My message to KK intl. is a word of appreciation for all they have done for my life.”