Bring healthcare to 1,000+ Awake Uganda villagers


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The Unfortunate End

By a male, 22-30 years old, in Busia, Kenya
Map of The unfortunate end James and John were going through a lot as children in the face of their father who had married a step mother. This women caused their father not to take them to school and even ended up beating them each and every evening without no reason. One time they escaped and went to town in an attempt to run a way from the continued troubles in their home that kept on making their lives harder and harder each and every day. It did not take long before news came that they were dead and their father had to take the responsibility of transporting their bodies back in the village for burial as they faced heavy criticism from the entire village. Read more.
Related to project keywords: home, time, face, caused, run
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Project Leader

David Fee

Portland, OR United States

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