Susan fled South Sudan in 1992 during the North-South Sudan War. Even though she has been in Uganda for over 25 years, she still faces many challenges. But she is grateful that here in Uganda her children can attend school.
Susan said, “Being in a Seed Effect group has improved my life. I have seven children and also care for two orphans. Now I can access money for medication and for school fees. It is so important for me that my children are in school – it gives them self-reliance and independence. I believe that when my kids are educated they will be able to take care of themselves in the future. Seeing my children in school brings me joy.”