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Hope Makers

On Wednesday, we shared stories of what life has been like over the last year for Namulawa, Beatrice, and Florence – members of our Ugandan ROWAN community.  Today, we want to share some year-end thoughts from Robina and Anet. Robina shared that 2021 was a ‘unique experience in my life,
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Challenges and Hope

As 2021 draws to a close, members of our ROWAN community in Uganda have been reflecting on what the last year has looked and felt like to them.  This week, I wanted to share some of their stories with you.   Namulawa K. shared that one of the hardest things about
Woman in Uganda holding a basket of food on her head
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One Act of Hope

“If you can’t feed 100 people, then just feed one.” – Mother Teresa The need for food is something all of us share. For some, however, this basic need is often in short supply. This is why, for our Christmas campaign this year, ROWAN has selected Blessing Baskets as our
An empty school building with missing windows in Uganda
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What happens when schools close?

“Education is a powerful driver of development and one of the strongest instruments for reducing poverty and improving health, gender equality, peace, and stability. “- Worldbank   The benefits of education on individuals and society as a whole are well-documented and many.  According to the University of the People, some
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News of increasing violence in Kampala

The end of October saw Kampala, the capital city of Uganda, under attack.  On the evening of October 23rd, people in Kampala were out enjoying an evening meal when an explosion rocked the city center.   Then less than 48 hours later, another explosion targeted a bus traveling from the capital

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