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Kato Pare

I am called Kato pare from a rural area in ibanda district, western Uganda with people of low income and poor standards of living.

I am 14 years old now and in July be turning 15 years old.

My parents died and I am now an orphan. I live with my grandmother who is suffering from an eye diseases she is now almost blind. I dropped out from school due to no money for school fees to go back to school and even my grandmother dosn't have money for school fees or to have an operation on her eyes. My parents died in a car accident when I was 5 years old in middle class in 2009 at a certain school called Good Hope Nursery and Primary school whereby I was studying for free because I had good behaviors, knowledge and teachers that had Mercy for me. When I reached primary one level in 2010 that school was closed due to loss of capital. But I had faith and hope in God our father in heaven.

The director visited my grandmother one day and told her that she wanted to pay school fees for me, her grand child.  My grandmother called me and I became happy. I keep on praying, fasting, worshipping because of good work that GOD our Father in heaven has done.

One day when I reached in primary four class in 2013 the director got a disease of malaria and later she died. I prayed to God, Lord help me.

My grandmother sold on my parent's land a halfway so I can go back to school. I studied from baby class up to primary seven I got first grade with 10 aggregates but no secondary school helped me.   

My grandmother eye disease became worse and she is now walking with a stick but am still praying to God that someone will help her and God our Father who is in heaven will help me.

In 2017 in third term, I got a friend who is called Paul Kemp I told him my situation he got Mercy for me and he created a fundraiser for me where that fundraiser will help me and my grandma and that friend of mine told me that I post it on social media and he later told me that I should create a group called Kato Pare and that I invite people to help me. Paul Kemp become a good friend to me and my grandma from 2017 up to now, he later become a good friend to a person called Niyonzima John Deus whom I call my uncle but he is not my real uncle he is a brother to that director who was helping me when I was still young. I am praying to God whoever I dropped out from school I will love him until my last breath, Lord help my friend Paul Kemp for the good work he has done, thanks Paul Kemp.

I dropped out from school but it hearted me even if I got a disease of heart attack I know God will help me and am still praying for my fundraiser to raise money which can help me and my grandma

Lord's mercies be with me, please. I am requesting you all to read this and humbly requesting you all I need your support at least help my grandma who want to be operated but no money to pay the doctor, good Samaritans for sure am requesting humbly your support.

No land to sell and get money to pay for the doctor on 22nd November, 2018  The government is going to chase us away from the house we live in because of not paying money for revenue taxation.

Please good Samaritans who want to help us we welcome his/her help because for sure our background is too much bad, if there is good Samaritans please donate something that you wish.

Please also share this with your friends such that I go back to school and my grandma will be able to see and even my grandma be able to see...this is my prayer.

These are my Fundraising Campaigns.

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"""LET US WE SAY MAY THE GRACE«"""

May the grace, of our Lord Jesus Christ The Love God The fellowship of the Holy Spirit be with US Lord now and forever AMEN.

May God bless you all who have read my story......

NOTE BY Paul Kemp

Kato's Grandma (Kabeera Regina eye condition is Glaucoma

Vision with glaucoma. 

Glaucoma occurs when a build-up of fluid creates pressure in the eye, which then damages the optic nerve. The optic nerve is responsible for the transmission of information from your eyes to your brain, and damage associated with it can lead to severe vision loss, and in the worst case, blindness. A comprehensive eye exam includes testing for glaucoma, so be sure to see your eye care professional regularly. Options for Glaucoma Patients Prescription eye drops can decrease eye pressure by slowing the production of fluids within the eye or improving the drainage flow. Individual results may vary. Glaucoma surgery improves the flow of fluids from the eye, relieving pressure on the optic nerve. Your doctor may use a highly focused laser beam, either to modify the existing drainage route or to create an alternate hole in the iris, depending on the type of glaucoma you have. Surgery can treat glaucoma, but it cannot reverse existing damage..

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    I am called Kato Pare from a rural area in ibanda district, western Uganda with people of low income and poor standards of living. Am 14 years old and an Orphan living with my grandma. May the grace, of our Lord Jesus Christ The Love God The fellowship of the Holy Spirit be with US Lord now and forever AMEN. May God bless you all who have read my story.

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