Trevor Mwase is an interesting jolly boy; he is very inquisitive to learn and always willing to share what he learns with his age mates. He hails from Eastern Uganda among the Basoga ethnic group whose first language is Lusoga. He is a Protestant by faith. His parents are casual laborers who move on people's farms to dig for an income of 24 US dollars per month. Their skills are too limited to attract a bigger salary and have to go through tough conditions to earn even the little they are paid. Trevor Mwase's parents barely know of any modern method of farming and just grow crops any how; this has affected their yields and their soil fertility is being depleted. They survive on one meal a day and children dress up in tattered clothes throughout the year with poor school attendance. Trevor Mwase wishes to take a different trend and attain some education. Your kind sponsorship will be a ray of hope to Trevor Mwase and family.
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