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St. Kizito Foundation

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.

Your Generous Contribution Will Help Educate Students in Uganda
Together We Can Make It!

St. Kizito Foundation supports approximately 300 students in their education and life.  We have students at all levels of study, although our primary focus is to provide our participants with sufficient and appropriate education so that they may earn a living and have a successful life. 

Our students are in schools of their choice, based on school and government standards of acceptance.  Students are assisted by St. Kizito counselors and staff in determining the best placement.   

On these pages, we hope to give you a glimpse of the treasure we believe our participants to be.  Enjoy, and feel free to offer communication or words of wisdom that we can forward to Uganda!