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2006.12.28
Prossy Anena is just fifteen, but she does her school work diligently. Like almost any Ugandan child, she helps her mother in their small garden and prepares food for her siblings. But like many Northern Ugandan children, she suffered a terrible trauma. Prossy was abducted by the Lord’s Resistance Army and for two years was kept away from her family. SOUNDBITE: (Speaking Luo, Acholi dialect), Prossy Anena, 15 “I was abducted from our village at Unyama. We were about 11 children that were abducted and the rebels decided to release some people. But I was one of those who were not released.” She had to baby sit the rebel’s children and carry heavy loads. She was constantly on the move and had to loot food from villagers to keep from starving. The effect of the conflict on children in Uganda is hard to quantify, but abducted girls often have no opportunity for education. SOUNDBITE: (English), Lydia Anne, Social Worker GUSCO “Some of them may have been abducted when they were still very young. And when they come back, they feel they cannot fit now in the level of education they have stopped.” The shot that released Prossy hit her in the foot. She was left for dead and was helped by the Ugandan military. Though she missed two years of her life, she went back to finish primary school. She wants to be a nurse. SOUNDBITE: (Speaking Luo, Acholi dialect), Prossy Anena, 15 “What I see today is that education is wealth…it will mean that I’ll be able to support my parents.” Uganda is dealing with the hangover of war. This six year old is leaving a UNICEF supported centre after 6 months. He was born in captivity and is now reunited with his surviving family. Perhaps he has a chance to go to school uninterrupted. This is David McKenzie reporting for UNICEF Television in Northern Uganda. Unite for Children.
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