February 17, 2020
Together We Can Make It!

y name is Queeno Bianka, a child born in captivity in Palutaka located in the South Sudan in 1996. My mother had been abducted by the LRA and returned with three of us in the year 2001, after being rescued.

The years spent in captivity were memorable despite my age. There were many challenges ranging from lack of drinking water, hunger, walking long distances day and night without rest, and carrying heavy loads. I witnessed people tortured and killed. Despite my young age, I was expected to help, as my mother had younger children to care for and protect.

March 15, 2019
Together We Can Make It!

e joined the rest of the St. Kizito staff in Gulu located in the north of Uganda to visit with the scholars at Pope Paul School in Nwoya. The picture attached to this post is of some of our scholars who are in Pope Paul VI school. Nwoya is one of the is one of the districts that make up the Acholi sub region where the LRA insurgency displaced hundreds of thousands of women, children, and people with special needs. The insurgency also led by Joseph Koney resulted in brutal killings of innocent women and children as well as forced some children to become child soldiers.