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Uganda Prepares for COVID-19

In just 3 months, COVID-19 has spread to 74 countries. Almost instantaneously, its scare has gone global.  As of today, cases of the coronavirus have emerged in 7 African countries, including Algeria, Egypt, Tunisia, Senegal, Nigeria, Morocco, and most recently, South Africa. Uganda remains unaffected, but its Ministry of Health has
Health Care, Main, News, People, ROWAN

Meet Brenda: the new “Miracle Overseer”

It’s simple. If the birth of a new human being is a miracle, and a midwife oversees the birth, then midwives should not merely be called “midwives,” but rather “Miracle Overseers.” Considering the diligent and self-sacrificial care of Brenda Musubika, ROWAN’s newest midwife, even this enhanced title of “Miracle Overseer” may not do justice!
Awareness, Christmas, Health Care, Main, News, People, Photos, ROWAN, Thanks, Uganda

Christmas Party + Ice Cream = Everything

Together we raised over $38,000 to buy a bus for ROWAN. For ROWAN members, the new bus means everything: – no more time wasted walking countless hours to get to the Hall of Hope – time + energy reinvested in education + business – fewer safety threats along the way
Health Care, Main, News, People, Photos, ROWAN, Uganda

Honoring Tikabula’s Memory

We just received heartbreaking news that Tikabula Kafuko passed away yesterday at 86-and-a-half years old.      She will be remembered as a world-changer who had twice as much spunk and life in her than most people have at 25. Tikabula dearly loved to dance, was known to speak boldly, and
Awareness, Health Care, Main, News, People, ROWAN

Changing Bruno’s Story

Our summer team had the privilege of visiting many homes this last May and got to hug, hold and love on many different children and families.  Many families in Eastern Uganda have taken in other children because of loved ones who have passed away.  A home might contain grandparents who

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