"Giraffe eating leaves:" 8-1/2" x 12" sketchbook (100 sheets) with embroidered navy denim cover, African print lining.
Jeska Wanirwoth's home is in Agwok, a small village in the Nebbi district known for exceptional roof thatching. Nebbi is in the northwest corner Uganda bordered by Lake Albert and the River Nile. It is close to the Sudanese and Congolese borders. It is a beautiful mountainous region where crops grow well.
Jeska will use the funds she receives from her needlework to provide education for her children; medical support for herself and her family; seeds or fertilizer for her crops; repairs to her home, or build a new one; and care for any orphans for whom she cares as a result of the war, HIV/AIDS or other illnesses.