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Recovering a stolen childhood

Recovering a stolen childhood

War seems so clear-cut in our history books. We’re given an exact start date and an exact end date and told that everything that matters happened in between. There may be a chapter or two dedicated to the causes that led up to the war, but we rarely get more than a...
World AIDS Day 2016: Providing homes for orphans

World AIDS Day 2016: Providing homes for orphans

Today is World AIDS Day, a day we unite to stand with those affected by this global pandemic. Although the HIV virus was unheard of until a few decades ago, more than 34 million people worldwide now suffer from it. The majority of those who are HIV-positive live in...

How Cosmetology Changed Jennifer’s Life

Jennifer Aromo was a happy, normal girl living in Uganda. She went to school each day like other children, worked hard in all of her classes, and dreamed of a world of possibilities after graduation. In the evenings, she came home to help with chores and finished her...

World AIDS Day 2015 | What’s Your Response?

Only 30 years ago, AIDS was a death sentence . . . a scarlet letter even. But because of greater global awareness, safety precautions, medical breakthroughs, and advocacy, millions of lives have been saved, and the end of AIDS is believed to be within reach. However,...

World AIDS Day | 2014

Today, there are 35 million people in our world living with HIV/AIDS, including 3.2 million children . . . The brunt of the crisis largely affects sub-Saharan Africa, and the fallout has been absolutely devastating. HIV/AIDS stifles economies, limits educational...
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