04.14.20 More Days

Uganda's lockdown has been extended by 21 days to the 5th of May 2020. Mr. Museveni has just addressed the nation that was eagerly waiting for this much-anticipated extension of the current lockdown that was supposed to end at midnight today April 14. Much as the...

04.12.20 Easter in a lockdown

What does it feel like to celebrate the death of Christ when we're under lockdown when we can't go to church when we can't gather with our friends or go out for dinner? What does it feel like to praise God at a time when your investment, the business you have worked...

04.11.20 A ray of hope

The Ugandan ministry of health has discharged three patients after recovering from coronavirus, bringing the total of discharged patients to four. It is also anticipated that by Monday, about 18 more patients will have been discharged. A number of people who have been...

04.09.20 The curse of corruption

"Head of the State House Anti Corruption Unit Col Edith Nakalema confirms the arrest of four officials from the Prime minister's Office for inflating prices of maize flour and rice that were to be distributed to those affected by the COVID-19 outbreak":...

04.07.20 The pressure of bills

"The Electricity Regulatory Authority has reduced the end-user tariff for domestic users by less than a shilling from sh751.7 to sh750.7, (Details at https://bit.ly/2xRZeQr)." I came across that headline from Uganda's leading newspaper this afternoon and I was...

04.05.20 Social distance is a luxury

How to positively respond to the call for isolation and social distance is a grim challenge for most communities in underdeveloped countries like Uganda. I'm Musima village where Project Yesu primarily operates, the number of functional boreholes from which people get...

04.03.20 Political Perspective

The Prime minister of Uganda, Dr. Ruhakana Rugunda, informed parliament yesterday that the government can only afford to distribute food to poor families in the districts of Kampala and Wakiso. Parliamentarians rejected the proposal and the program was suspended, on...

04.02.20 There’s Still Hope

In times like this global pandemic, our faith is put to test. Whether one believes in God or not, it's inevitable to imagine that there's a power that is beyond our control. All of us need something from outside our own selves, our limits and capabilities, to find...

04.01.20 Update

The number of confirmed cases of coronavirus in Uganda now stands at 44. There is a total lockdown of the country though people can still walk to shops. As the lockdown was unexpected, though most people were anticipating it would happen, it caught many off guard. One...

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...

Are You ONE?

When ONE person decides to make a difference. When ONE person opens their eyes and heart to those in need. When ONE person stands strong against the tide of people telling them what they are doing is wrong. When ONE person gives their money...time...their gifts...their talents. When ONE meets another ONE and another and another the ONE becomes many, and the world changes!

Are you ONE?

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