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The book ‘Belonging – A tale of an orphaned girl’ is a story of Hope to all orphans and people who have almost given up and almost lost all hope. Even when all seems lost, our ‘Belonging’ can still be traced in God alone! People may fail you, but God never fails, He is our present help in time of need. This book also was written with the intent that whatever money comes out of it, will take care of orphans out there, my dream is to have a belong home for orphans out there. I currently have two orphans I take care of, and hopefully get more with time as led by God.
Today, I am a testimony of belonging! I am a graduate of social work and social administration, and I hold master’s degrees in both Public Administration and Management, and Human Resources. I have worked in some of the top companies in Uganda, amongst them; Nile Breweries, Uganda Registration Services Bureau and now with The Infectious Diseases Institute. My question, would someone say that I have not belonged yet? I give all the glory and honour to my Father in heaven who has been and is still with me from the day of inception.

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The book ‘Belonging – A tale of an orphaned girl’ is a story of Hope to all orphans and people who have almost given up and almost lost all hope. Even when all seems lost, our ‘Belonging’ can still be traced in God alone! People may fail you, but God never fails, He is our present help in time of need. This book also was written with the intent that whatever money comes out of it, will take care of orphans out there, my dream is to have a belong home for orphans out there. I currently have two orphans I take care of, and hopefully get more with time as led by God.
Today, I am a testimony of belonging! I am a graduate of social work and social administration, and I hold master’s degrees in both Public Administration and Management, and Human Resources. I have worked in some of the top companies in Uganda, amongst them; Nile Breweries, Uganda Registration Services Bureau and now with The Infectious Diseases Institute. My question, would someone say that I have not belonged yet? I give all the glory and honour to my Father in heaven who has been and is still with me from the day of inception.

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The book ‘Belonging – A tale of an orphaned girl’ is a story of Hope to all orphans and people who have almost given up and almost lost all hope. Even when all seems lost, our ‘Belonging’ can still be traced in God alone! People may fail you, but God never fails, He is our present help in time of need. This book also was written with the intent that whatever money comes out of it, will take care of orphans out there, my dream is to have a belong home for orphans out there. I currently have two orphans I take care of, and hopefully get more with time as led by God.
Today, I am a testimony of belonging! I am a graduate of social work and social administration, and I hold master’s degrees in both Public Administration and Management, and Human Resources. I have worked in some of the top companies in Uganda, amongst them; Nile Breweries, Uganda Registration Services Bureau and now with The Infectious Diseases Institute. My question, would someone say that I have not belonged yet? I give all the glory and honour to my Father in heaven who has been and is still with me from the day of inception.