Tuesday, October 5, 2010

Childen find a place to call Home.

Uganda's per capital income is still only half of the average annual per capital income of $600 for Sub-Saharan nations. And although the nation has been a model for AIDS education, 1.2 million children have been orphaned by AIDS.
Children homes have been set up in Uganda in Kakiri, near the capital Kampala; Entebbe; Gulu; and Fort Portal. It is in such places that children who live on the streets call home. Recently, the SOS children home was acknowledged for its tremendous work at supporting Children who have AIDS. They have provided a loving avenue where these children can fing loving environment to live and survive.

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