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making my sister back to school

JULITON
Posted March 16, 2020 from Uganda
Expires on November 26, 2020

My sister was limited for education after when she was raped by aman on her way off school, she lost trust from my parents, and neighbors,
When she was taken to the hospital for tests she was found that pregnancy positive, she left school and went to care out her pregnancy at her younger age of 12yrs old, u fortunately during birth the infant never servived, it died,
She had lost hope to go back to school but due to equality ihave found that she still have a love to study,
Lets rise , we support, we promote equality in all,

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EK. Chemorion
Mar 17
Mar 17

Juliton,
you make me very proud of what your position and understanding of the needs of women are. you speak like a million men women have waited for so long to have in Africa. thank you for giving your sister a second chance so she can fulfill her dreams and pay it forward by doing the same to other vulnerable girls when she takes care of herself, with the help of God, succeeds in education, gets a job and understanding what having a shoulder to lean on means!!! your sister is blessed to have you.

JULITON
Mar 18
Mar 18

Wao madam EK, thanks for you appreciation, there are many I would like to help but ido love to get support, and bring them on board, thx

Amelia Chantarotwong

So glad your sister has you for emotional support right now. That sounds so traumatic. Thank you for being there for her and knowing what happened to her was not her fault. Please keep reminding her of it. It's easy to blame ourselves for bad things happening, and especially with rape, society finds it easier to put the fault on the victim, because then they don't have to feel like they have to do anything about the problem.