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Rising Star

Sanyu Babirye came into our care nearly ten years ago. Both her parents were alive when she was young. But then her father died, and her mother became sick and eventually disabled. Sanyu was left with her grandmother. “My life was not so easy then,” she said. School was out of the question. She started […]

Fine Lines

A recent book called, Please Stop Helping Us, by Jason L. Riley, has a disarming title. “Back in the heyday of the British Empire, a man from one of the colonies addressed a London audience,” writes Thomas Sowell in the National Review. The man said, “Please do not do any more good in my country. […]

Uganda’s Ticking Bomb

In May this year, James K. Arinaitwe, posted an article in the New York Times with the above title.  See the excerpt below: “KAMPALA, Uganda — In March, the United States sent 150 Air Force Special Operations forces along with military aircraft to Uganda to help capture Joseph Kony, whose Lord’s Resistance Army has terrorized […]

Easter at Kasozi Village

Duncan Hill, along with our office administrator, Moriah McKee and I just returned from spending two weeks at Kasozi Village in Uganda. Moriah and I had quite a time doing crafts with the kids, while Duncan attended to many administrative errands. We’d planned several craft projects but the most popular one was making paper flowers. […]