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On July 4, millions of American gather each year to commemorate the United States’ independence from England in 1776. This annual event celebrates our privilege of living in a society where we can elect leaders that align with our values and have the right to voice our opinions. While the U.S. still has quite an … Read more Let Freedom RingRead More »
Dignity – The quality of being worthy of esteem or respect. While we may not think about the word dignity often, it plays such a large part in the way we live our lives. Having dignity gives one a sense of worth, confidence, and respect for who they are as a person. This is important … Read more Defining DignityRead More »
With summer in full swing and many of us still social distancing, you may be building your summer reading list. No matter how long your list is, we encourage you to put at least one book focusing on female empowerment as it is a great way to understand the importance of building strong women. Though … Read more Four Books About Female Empowerment for Your Summer Reading ListRead More »
Father Mugagga has the lowdown from lockdown. He has been keeping in touch with nuns at both schools to gather updates on how the children are faring during this worldwide pandemic. The children are in good spirit and faring well, but while the effects of COVID-19 are being felt around the U.S., underdeveloped countries like … Read more The Lowdown from Lockdown – COVID-19 In UgandaRead More »
Though Uganda’s economy is slowly beginning to improve with a 6.7 percent increase to their GDP in the last decade, the poorest areas in the country aren’t benefiting from this new boom. Why is this? Because the new industries moving into Uganda require skilled labor forces, and the poverty-stricken areas have a severe lack of … Read more Uganda’s Shift in Skilled Labor, You Can HelpRead More »
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