WECAN has been my home since I was 5. My father died when I
was very young and my illiterate poverty stricken mother enrolled
me here. My days here at WECAN were the happiest of my life.
I received full education which later helped me acquire a job
at Mumbra after my husband deserted us - my 5 year old child
and me. In 1994, I came back to WECAN to work as supervisor
where I look after the resident girls.