Throughout the year, we visit with some of our beneficiary households, to listen and record stories of how they have been impacted by the work we do.
My name is Abbo Martha, I am 21 years old. I joined nursing in May 2016, that is Mityana Institute of Nursing and Midwifery. Before I went for this course, I used to think Nurses only do give medications to… Read more “Martha Abbo”
Josephine Nyamwenge (48), a mother of 6 children, appreciates the gift of chickens donated to her family early this year. Josephine is active in a small household poultry farming project which is helping to generate income. “I have been digging… Read more “Josephine Nyamwenge”
Six years ago, Catherine Alowo had few prospects – her father died of HIV and her mother, Rebecca, was very ill, illiterate, and had no job whatsoever or any earnings from the government, but had two daughters in secondary school… Read more “Catherine Alowo”