Uganda Without Orphans
Uganda is a landlocked country in the heart of East Africa, bordered by Kenya, South Sudan, and the Democratic Republic of the Congo with a population of over 33 million. Since it's independence from Britain there have been periods of conflict and a lengthy civil war that has left tens of thousands dead and displaced more than a million people. Just the HIV/AIDS epidemic alone has left 1.2 million children orphaned with a total of 2.7 million orphans. Orphans live with extended relatives, in orphanges, and on the street.
About Uganda Without Orphans:
Daniel Kaggwaa from Uganda met with the leader of World Without Orphans movement at the CAFO Summit in 2013 and took back the vision to his country of a Uganda Without Orphans. Prayers are for the movement to be launched in June 2014.