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Empower a woman through vocational training

Empower a woman through vocational training

Charity sat at home alone and wondered if she’d ever be able to support herself financially. With no job, no skills, and no education, she felt like her life was void of purpose. Every day the hours passed slowly as Charity tried to fill her time with something...

Day Five: It’s Never Too Late for Hope

They told me that if I didn’t kill my brother now . . . they would kill me, Moses said. My brother kept yelling, ‘Do it . . . you will live  . . . do it!’ Moses told me he was crying and kept saying that he couldn’t do it, but the soldiers were screaming at him and...

Village of Hope

After his mother succumbed to the AIDS that had ravaged her body, David was shuffled between the homes of distant relatives and eventually, to anyone who was willing to care for him. Amidst the perpetual uncertainty of having to find a new home, this precious child...

forgotten no more: a gift for gulu

You have heard the story of Uganda’s Forgotten Children before, maybe from a rally, a church event, or a news report. With wide eyes, you listened to the tragedy that is, in fact, reality for hundreds of thousands of Ugandan children who are kidnapped by the...

The Difference One Person Can Make

Today, we boarded a small charter plane and headed to Northern Uganda and the rural city of Gulu. You may not recognize the name, “Gulu,” but I know you’ve heard about the thousands of children that were kidnapped and forced to become child soldiers and fight in the...
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