Please tell a story about a time when a person or organization tried to help someone or change something in your community:

A Boy Wo Is Living Now In Peace And Care

Jack is a boy who was helped by a good samaritan called jackson ngalwa.He was suffering in a killer disease none as HIV/AIDs.The good samaritan was from a project organization called "BE HELPED TO ALL".That was his day to shine and to know that he is a boy who can be responsible.His parents were helped by that organisation and they are living in a harmony way without any more problems.That organisation showed people not to feel lonely while suffering from this series Disease.many people of our community joined it and they form a small branch.That branch attracted many people who were in that situation like which Jack was in.Today the disease has not spread any more but it has reached to its end.


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