THE SKILLS TRAINING THAT MENDED HER BROKEN HEART

It wasn’t what she expected. Certainly not from the man she loved! How dare he not be happy that she was with a child? His child. Did their love not mean anything? Barely an adult then, Aline’s life as she knew it was over. She was stuck. As if that was not bad enough, the […]

Schools Reopen In Uganda After The World’s Longest Closure

After nearly two years of closures – the world’s longest school closure – Uganda reopened schools this week, sending millions of students back to the classroom. Windle International Uganda (WIU) provides access to education for 242,003 learners (21,266 are in early childhood learning centres, 208,166 are in Primary school, 11,327 are in Secondary education and […]

THE BREASTFEEDING LEARNER: A STORY OF SHAMIM

A baby and her nanny can be seen chuckling outside a classroom block. A tickle here and there, and the toddler is reduced to bouts of laughter. The serenity of her giggle and innocence of her play is a sight to behold. Even better, should she tire of her nanny and want some breast milk, […]

NOTHING WILL STOP MOSES FROM ACHIEVING HIS DREAMS

Every step he takes is from a place of strength. No doubt, what comes easy for many, is a strenuous huddle for Moses Likambo. He, however, refuses to be defined by this. “I was born without disability but in 2001, I got polio,” the 24-year-old resident of Koboko District tells of his encounter with the […]