Monthly Archives: October 2013

Polio Eradication – the Good, the Bad, the Ugly and (mostly) the INSPIRING…

World Polio Day a time to reflect, resolve and respond I have now been putting my time, dedication, passion and energy into polio eradication since almost this day in 2011 when my colleague at Global Poverty Project said they wanted … Continue reading

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No better way (for me) to live in Uganda

  The home I live in is with a mother, father, daughter, often son, three cousins, a house maid, an aunt and often an extra sibling or relative or two! My room is off in a slightly separate quarters shared … Continue reading

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A community hero who shouldn’t have to be

Judith is a mother of three who raises her children on her own single-handedly but without use of her legs that were stricken and debilitated by polio as a child. Judith has had to come from absolutely no income or … Continue reading

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