But with Grace’s husband serving as the primary income generator
Peter knows what it is like to be displaced. “I saw the terrible things that happened to the neighbors and immediately decided to come to Uganda,” Peter shared. “My brother and I took two days to walk here. Because of my disability, I would have to walk a bit and then have to rest. My brother, Emmanuel, would carry me on his back but often would feel too faint to carry me.”
UGANDA - Jennifer Hoeve of Canada and Linda Nakaibale of Uganda recently spent a week in Kabale and surrounding villages. They agree that the most interesting part of the field visits was the village savings and loan association. Jennifer called it a “spectacular opportunity” to apply her university knowledge and Linda was glad to learn and apply it in her own community.
UGANDA - The first 1000 days of a child’s life are critical to their entire future. Properly nourished, a child can, in their first 1000 days, build a foundation for life that will protect them from physical and intellectual challenges as well as crippling disease and insufficient growth.