Empower 300 HIVpositive women with goats in Uganda

 
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Unity Is Strength

By a male, 16-21 years old, in Kakamega, Kenya
Map of Unity is strength The local administrative saw the need to enhance education in Matende location and therefore it came together and enhanced it through a couple activities that may enable locals at the area get access to education. This has come to be something of the true since it made them able to access basic education. This made it possible through a couple of activities like facilitating education through and it was something villagers were able to get this through generation to generation. Everybody in the village had to collaborate and make this able to pass through since it was something that could make everything supersead and make it a dream come true to pass. Read more.
Related to project keywords: access basic, enhance, may, local, location
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Organization

Project Leader

Stephen Ssenkima

Director
Lyantonde, Uganda

Where is this project located?

Map of Empower 300 HIVpositive women with goats in Uganda