Our stories – Jackline
Education is hope for ourselves and for our children
Jackline grew up without her father, unfortunately dead when she was very young. It was the mother who had to work hard to support her children but she hadn’t a steady job. The money she earned needed for the food and her children could not go to school.
Jackline started to study only when she received the support from the mission home.
Then, when she was in Primary School she lost also her mother and the situation was very difficult for her. The relatives would have wanted her to go back to the village but Jackline refused because she didn’t want to leave the school. Finally she completed Secondary School and she graduated. Now she is a Maths teacher in our Secondary School, she has a big family and with a good salary she can give to her children the opportunity to go to school.