These two were initially accepted as CROSO Scholars in 2011.
Koba George graduated from Uganda Christian University (whose classroom he sat in for this photo) with a bachelor's degree in social work and social administration.
On his campus at Livingstone International University, Raymond stops for a photo with two of his administrators.
After joining C.R.O., children are required to participate in one year of rehabilitation class at C.R.O.
CROSO Scholar Longora John's home that is funded with CROSO's support.
All selected as new CROSO Scholars in 2012, this group was happy to pose together to reminisce about the joy that came when finding out they had been chosen!
Ejiet Moses first received a scholarship in 2009 and Wangaya Ronald in 2010.
Winnie graduated from university in 2017 after having been supported by CROSO for three years.