Anthony's Story

“I feel I am still dreaming about my life today. God has brought me a long way. My own family discriminated against me. They hated and abandoned me thinking I was totally hopeless because of my disability. I began hating myself and asking a lot of questions about why among all my siblings I was the only one disabled. But God is good! He brought people who believed in me, empowered me, raised me and encouraged me to take up a career. I can now make books and all kinds of clothes; I am loved and valued in my community because of what am doing. I can now see a bright future ahead of me. I promise I will attempt to empower all discriminated disabled children and stand and support women such as Mummy Noeline, in whatever way I can, to raise children like me.” 


Anthony was taken to Noeline’s home at the age of 7 years, suffering from TB spine. In 2018 she, together with the other children living with Noeline, moved into the Wellspring Home for Disabled Children. Despite spinal surgery Anthony never regained the use of her legs and is now wheelchair bound. Despite all her troubles, Anthony has developed into a beautiful, gentle young lady, content and fully trusting God for her future. She is a shining example to us all.

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