During the war, Akello Vicky was held captive and forced into marriage. Vicky and her child were fortunate enough to escape and were reunited with her family. Although she was free, life after was difficult especially with making enough money to meet her basic needs and to provide for her child. Vicky sees her work at KK Uganda as the door to a new life. She can now provide for herself and her family and no longer has to worry about going hungry or becoming homeless.
DREAMS FOR THE FUTURE
“My dream is to save enough money to be able to support my family without concern; to provide my child with food, medical care and clothing and also to save for the future.”
“Loving someone means caring for them wholeheartedly.”
MESSAGE TO KK intl.
“I thank the staff of KK intl. for their support because before joining the programme, I led a very difficult life but now that I am engaged in something productive. I know my standard of living is going to improve. I now have hope for the future.”