Monthly Archives: April 2011

First things, First! We Must Save Lives!

The Ugandan newspaper, The Daily Monitor, published an article about the poverty in Northern Uganda on Friday, April 29, 2011. The article stated that there are “high levels of poverty in the Acholi sub-region due to high illiteracy”. The article … Continue reading

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Baby Peter and the Twins

Dear Friends,Last Tuesday the Aid Africa staff and I visited the village of Cet Kana for an assessment. While we were there a woman brought a baby to us that was just five days old. She asked for our help because the mother had died right after gi… Continue reading

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Bringing Hope to the Hopeless…..

Just a mere two years ago, these Northern Ugandans were living in constant fear and deprivation in refugee camps that the United Nations called “the most neglected humanitarian emergency in the world”. It is hard to believe that this horrible, blo… Continue reading

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Through Other People’s Eyes

I’ve been thinking about the attitudes other people might have if they were to visit the villages Aid Africa works in. My personal feelings for my work and the people I get to know are obviously not universal. I have received e-mails from people s… Continue reading

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