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Where Our Children Live - A Photo Essay
Single mothers in Uganda are confronted daily with difficult
choices.  In this issue we relate the story of lady struggling to
educate her daughters after her husband's death, a robbery
and brutal beating, and the loss of her livelihood.
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Our mission is to educate children whose families are
among the poorest of the poor.  Here are some pictures
of the environment in which they live.   
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Divine and Desire at home
Neo-Colonialism and Reproductive Health
This is an important article written by Obianuju Ekeocha, a
Nigerian woman and biomedical scientist.  She explains how
wealthy Western nations, powerful institutions, NGOs, and private
foundations plan and propose ideologically-driven projects that
have not been requested by the African people and are in direct
conflict with traditional African cultural views and values.  
From the article:  "Ideological neo-colonialism is a form of
injustice which strips people of their dignity while masquerading
as a helping hand."  "The donors . . . see the developing world
as a cultural vacuum to be filled with their ideas, or fallow
land to be cultivated with their ideologies."