Baylor College of Medicine
Children’s Foundation - Uganda

Given a second chance to dream again

Naguti Sarah, 21, lives in Rukoge, Hoima west subcounty. Prior to enrolling in the program, she had dropped out of grade four because her parents were unable to pay her school fees. She was enrolled in a second chance intervention program and taught how to make books. Currently, she owns three bookshops. She has since opened a retail store from the proceeds and also sells charcoal and firewood. Currently, she is a member of the artisan trainers.

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