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ROSE BOUNCES BACK FROM A ROAD ACCIDENT TO FULLY PROVIDE FOR HER KIDS

A few years ago Rose was hit by a motorcycle and lost the ability to walk. Her business making and selling doughnuts collapsed because she couldn’t walk to the market. UKR helped her pay for medications and ongoing treatment, and also helped her with her three children and two young grandchildren’s schooling.

Rose can now walk short distances, and she’s almost finished with a tailoring course at a vocational school with tuition provided through Family Care sponsorship.

She is already getting clients as a tailor and can once again provide food and support most of her children’s school costs. Her family will wrap up its time in Family Care at the end of this year after Rose graduates and has more time for her work. She is incredibly grateful for the help received, and she looks forward to fully providing.

BANNER IMAGE: Rose, on the right, sewing a dress as part of her vocational training program that has been paid for through Family Care sponsorship.

Rose’s daughter, Laura.
Christine, the oldest girl, in front of the new latrine and washroom that her family built with half of the materials provided through Family Care, and the other half purchased by her mother Rose
Rose and some of her children.
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