Thank God I had a very grateful heroine, my mom, who is the mother to two children, (me and my brother), but mainly she is a loving person. In the year 2006, God had a different plan for me. Windhoek became my new home and then this was the chance for me to realize that grandmother had really let me down, because now I was a boy of 14 years and never received love, dignity or education.
In 2007, I was handed into an organization called Khomas Women Development (KWD) which is like a literacy program. I went there for English classes just at least to know how to read and write. My attending this program cost N$100 per month and since my mom is unemployed, she survived with difficulties through such a condition just to make my life a bit softer.
Living in Windhoek as the capital city also made me face some challenges but, with only the help of the man above everything, I was able to overcome them. In 2008, the Creator answered my prayers by opening the doors of my future. I was introduced to a very helpful organization with its loving people, called the FHS which is a non-profit organization (charity) formed by the most loving and humanist people on the planet earth.
FHS is the place that changed my life so much and therefore I will always regard it as the founder of my future. I attended the remedial classes there whereby I learned English and Math, dignity and respect, confidence and hope for all of my future plans. I call FHS my father because I had never received my father’s love from the day of my birth until now.