Meet Aisha, she has eight children and is HIV positive. She is a widow. Her husband died of HIV; however, he concealed his illness and refused he had it. Because if this denial he never received treatment. Aisha is very strong. She grows her own food, both to sell
While the team was here last week we were privileged to meet a group of extraordinary women who rallied their strength together to start a joint farm. Gimbo and her sister Sophie started their journey with ROWAN when they found out they were HIV positive. They became depressed, hopeless
Fireworks in human form. Jake Casale is a student from Dartmouth and had the opportunity to visit ROWAN Uganda two summers ago. He has a tremendous gift in journalism and recently wrote a blog about the people of Mawanga. It paints a beautiful picture in words. “I recently had the
Friends, we have 44 more women and children to sponsor and then we have done something significant. That will mean we have sponsored all our direct ROWAN members to date! What does that mean? We can ensure every child gets an education, and every widow receives the support she needs.
Family IS more than blood. Two years ago I took Pastor Paul’s hand and danced around this dream land. Then only a few weeks ago the March Team was dancing around this same 5.5 acres! The land is fertile for crops, flat for building community centers, and a place I