Petwa Naula is a social young girl from Budaka district in the Eastern part of Uganda who lives with her parents, they are Bagwere an indigenous tribe. She is a Protestant by religion and stays in a grass thatched house made of mud and grass. She attends an early Childhood Centre and she likes counting and reading figures. Her family depends on subsistence farming on less than an acre of land which is faced with poor harvest since the soils have been cultivated over and over again; this has left her family unable to meet their basic needs. Your support will be appreciated.
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