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We are fighting against the spread of HIV

Through teaching the community especially the young teens to use condoms, abstain and more importantly to wait until they get married 

And through encouraging the victims to take their HIV medicines and providing with them nutritious food 

Many children under the age of 18 have dropped out of school because of earlier pregnancy 

Many parents have not only failed to educate their children but also have forced them even those under the age of 18 into earlier marriages this is because the man taking they child will pay dowery to the family and the root cause of this is the extreme poverty in our country 


She is called zayina she is very happy with us and she takes her medicines in time and her life has improved compared to the way we found her
She is called zayina she is very happy with us and she takes her medicines in time and her life has improved compared to the way we found her

Kakembo john

Kakembo is story, we found him abandoned in the house staving left to die and her mother, at 13 years old her mother was forced into marriage at 14 years she was a mother, and later her husband run away from them, kakembo is mother she is also psychologically tortured and she dose not talk but God is good we found them in time and the good news is they both now under of care at our orphanage
Look at kakembo now he is very happy and healthy with us now don’t you think our orphanage it’s going a great job can you be part of the great work, DONATE NOW so that you enable us to move forward
Look at kakembo now he is very happy and healthy with us now don’t you think our orphanage it’s going a great job can you be part of the great work, DONATE NOW so that you enable us to move forward

MEET JAMIMAH

She is a sickle cell patient, Her body was completely weak and half paralysed, she could cry all day and night, she was in very terrible condition but her life improved when she started receiving the treatment thank you all who donates to us because of you we are stronger 

Jamimah learning how to stand

Her name is jamimah, 12 years old, she could not walk, and talk she is a sickle cell patient she is now under of care and she started receiving treatment 
Ngobya ceaser & justine in the hospital waiting for doctor to treat jamimah
Ngobya ceaser & justine in the hospital waiting for doctor to treat jamimah

The video below showing jamimah learning to walk after she got the treatment 

We have other sickle cell patients and cancer patients who are unable to access treatment because of extreme poverty in our country, some time we even luck what to feed them please consider supporting us so that we are able to save lives 

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