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Read about a compassionate couple who took in an orphaned
HIV-positive boy and the challenges of mother-to-child
transmission of HIV/AIDS.  We also feature one of our single
mothers who found a creative way to support her family.
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Our students, having been given the opportunity for education,
are highly motivated to succeed.  They contend successfully for
employment while many young adults from the privileged classes
are still living in their parents’ big houses bemoaning the lack
of jobs in Uganda.  
Click on the picture below to meet seven of
our students who have shown remarkable entrepreneurial spirit.
Brenda - Nurse and Pharmacy Manager
How Uganda's History of Epidemics
Has Prepared it for COVID-19
Viral disease outbreaks are nothing new here. Uganda
has been in a health care emergency since 2018, responding
to outbreaks of Ebola, yellow fever, measles, and the
Crimean-Congo hemorrhagic fever.  Uganda also
successfully contained the deadly Marburg virus in 2017,
limiting the outbreak to three deaths. Health officials say
that gives Uganda an advantage over other countries
in their fight against COVID-19.
Child sacrifice might seem like a horrifying practice from a bygone age,
but for people in Uganda it’s an alarming, contemporary crime.  This
ritual has been on the increase in the Uganda over the past decades,
corresponding with the improving economy that began in the mid-
2000s.  Businessmen and politicians seek out witch doctors to perform
the ghastly deed, hoping that it will bring them wealth and power.
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