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Saturday, February 24, 2018

Tears of Joy

Though not alone, in the refugee camp one is lonely. “Sometimes you feel the world has ended on you, eventually a new ray of hope comes in and life starts afresh”. These were words of uwuzei Naume after finishing a 6 months training in tailoring and receiving her brand new sewing machine.

Naume, lost all her parents and siblings during the conflict in Congo. Alone in Kyangawli refugee camp she struggled with education up to S.4 (Uganda Certificate of Education) but her performance was not good.
 "it seemed like the end of life until my step mother in Kasese connected me to RIC-NET"
With support from Global fund for children (GFC), RIC-NET facilitated her to train in tailoring and cloths design. As her life started changing during the training, she cohabited with someone to whom she has a child, but still bad luck struck and the would be husband died suddenly. 
This was darkness at noon.

She contacted again RIC-NET who offered her a second chance to completed training and receive the startup kit of sewing machine.

"Now this is going the change my life"  and the life of my child who  requires support. Naume could not hide her smile as she received the machine from RIC-NET  Admin officer Ms. Janet in Kasese.