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Uganda at 58!!!

Uganda at 58 We join the rest of Ugandans in celebrating Independence Day, with this year's Theme, "Celebrating Uganda's steady progress towards economic take off and self-sustaining economic growth” Oh, Uganda! may God uphold thee... Happy Independence Day Uganda,...

Our Future Nurse!

As the world, today celebrates The Girl Child, with this year's theme, "My voice, our equal future.", we want to applaud the enthusiasm shown by Allen, a 7 yr old beautiful little girl in Dungi village, Buikwe District, who dreams of becoming a NURSE. Dungi is a...

Thank you medical workers!

Today we raise a banner with an inscription of THANK YOU to all Medical workers. They are rainbows in OUR world. During our Annual Medical Mission Camps, we have Seen & Experienced their bright Colors SHINE ON US with shades of LOVE. They have always left an...

Who Else Remembers Marvin?

Marvin came for our 2019 PKF Uganda Medical Camp in Jinja, swollen head to toe, could barely walk or even breathe. At 12yrs old he was looking for rat poison to kill himself, tired of his 1.5yr long unknown medical condition and the bullying from kids around. Because...

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Uganda at 58!!!

Uganda at 58!!!

Uganda at 58 We join the rest of Ugandans in celebrating Independence Day, with this year's Theme, "Celebrating Uganda's steady progress towards economic take off and self-sustaining economic growth” Oh, Uganda! may God uphold thee... Happy Independence Day Uganda,...

read more
Our Future Nurse!

Our Future Nurse!

As the world, today celebrates The Girl Child, with this year's theme, "My voice, our equal future.", we want to applaud the enthusiasm shown by Allen, a 7 yr old beautiful little girl in Dungi village, Buikwe District, who dreams of becoming a NURSE. Dungi is a...

read more
Thank you medical workers!

Thank you medical workers!

Today we raise a banner with an inscription of THANK YOU to all Medical workers. They are rainbows in OUR world. During our Annual Medical Mission Camps, we have Seen & Experienced their bright Colors SHINE ON US with shades of LOVE. They have always left an...

read more
Who Else Remembers Marvin?

Who Else Remembers Marvin?

Marvin came for our 2019 PKF Uganda Medical Camp in Jinja, swollen head to toe, could barely walk or even breathe. At 12yrs old he was looking for rat poison to kill himself, tired of his 1.5yr long unknown medical condition and the bullying from kids around. Because...

read more

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