03.31.20 Country Wide Lockdown

What we had been fearing has happened, a country wide lockdown. We know this can be helpful in stopping the spread of COVID-19, but the restrictions that were put in place, with very little notice, are going to be hard and even dangerous for the children and families...

03.31.20 The effect of a lockdown on health

Most Ugandans are worried that they will suffer the scourge of common medical problems other than coronavirus. The pandemic has shifted the attention of the health care system from other diseases that have already been overwhelming our healthcare system for a long...

03.29.20 Background Information

As of March 29, 2020, Uganda has registered 30 comfirmed cases of coronavirus.  The President, Mr. Museveni, announced a number of directives over the last week to minimize the spread of the infection. The ministry of health is largely seen to be leading the campaign...
Day 7 – 30 June 2018

Day 7 – 30 June 2018

Today was a very long day of home visits. We started the day in Musima with a downhill slope and a nice breeze, so we thought the day would be super easy. Boy, were we wrong. A few homes later, we were walking up the steepest hill I’ve ever seen and with rocks that...
Day 3 – 26 June 2018

Day 3 – 26 June 2018

Today was another normal day of the feeding program, 500 kiddos came in at 10:30 with hungry bellies and smiling faces. Yet again, they were hamming it up for the camera while eating their porridge. I also got to see a friend of ours Jennifer, and her sweet baby...
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