Yambio, 9th May 2017. 449 Orphans who lost their parents due to HIV/AIDS in Yambio and Western . Equatoria region appreciated Christian Brothers for paying their school fees.
The orphans assembled at Christian Brothers congregation to get some psychosocial supports, food items and non food items.
One of the orphans identified by one name Sebit, who is completing his secondary school this year at Bishop Abangite College, testifies that Christian Brothers paid his school fees right after the death of his father.
He reveals that he never knew he will reach Secondary School level, but with the help of Christian Brothers he has made it.
Adeesa Stephanie Basidi from Bright Star Primary School promises to complete her studies up to the university level and come back to help other orphans.
She calls on all other orphans to join Star Support Group and the Christian Brothers.
Assistant Director of Star Support Group expresses worries that the number of orphans continue to increase on daily bases because of the war and HIV/AIDS.
He reveals that keeping the orphans together will help to know that everything to their side is not gloom.
The Assistant Director complains that paying that great number of Orphans to both primary and secondary schools is so challenging.