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Support for Nakabile Sumaya

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Support for Nakabile Sumaya

Nakabile Sumaya is a girl aged three years living with her mother, Basa Esther, aged 27 years, with four children in Valley Hill zone, Lumbuye ward, Kaliro Town Council in Kaliro District of Uganda.
Base Esther married a man temporarily employed in Kaliro Town Council as a carpenter. In February 2019, Support for Nakabile Sumaya the husband lost his job as a carpenter. He started working as a fisherman at the Namayingo district lakeshore but also doing carpentry work.
Since August 2019, her husband’s phone went off; as a result, he abandoned her in a rented house with four children. In early January 2020, Esther started selling clothes in the market and participating in subsistence farming to support her four children. Unfortunately, her farm flooded recently, which destroyed crops and roads hence counting losses after heavy downpours that killed their primary source of food and income.

Esther abandoned the rented house, which the landlord has been demanding for over 8month now; the reality is that she has been serving hand to mouth and lost her means of livelihood. If you feel as though you want to sponsor little Nakabile, don’t hesitate to get in touch with us.

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