Aggrey’s Patient Heart

This week I “switched roles” for one day. Usually the nurses and I are the ones to bring a child into the clinic to receive help from a doctor, but last Thursday, our nurses had to bring ME to one

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Part-Way to a Transformation: Doreen’s Story

A few days ago, I decided that I might as well get an African hair-do while I am living in Uganda. I asked two of the girls downstairs if they would be willing to plait my hair in little braids. They agreed,

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Little Isaac’s Big Surprise

The highlight of my week happened on Wednesday evening when I home to the guesthouse after a long day of work. I walked to the backyard towards the area where the cooks prepare dinner to discover that

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Brian’s Speedy Recovery!

In the past few days, I have been soaking in the vast amount of unique wildlife here in Uganda. For starters, the sounds of tropical birds and monkeys are what wakes me up every morning and the lizards

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A New Hope for Azed

Yesterday,  one of my Ugandan friends from the guesthouse told me I was becoming “like an African.” Even though this is far from true, it was one of the greatest compliments I have ever received here.

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Jacob’s Big Day & Rehamah’s Story

This past week has been very exciting! I am beginning to settle into Ugandan culture and the bustling streets of Jinja. Everyday life in this town does not seem so foreign to me anymore. Upon my arrival,

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Learning and Loving Uganda

Hi, my name is Emma and I’ve just landed in Uganda where I’ll be interning with One4Another International for the next 3 months.  I have a lot to learn from the people of Uganda: the language,

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Good News for Janet!

Many of you have been following the grueling story of Janet’s surgery to correct a birth defect which led to her living with a debilitating neglected colostomy.  The first surgery, which took place

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A Bone Transplant Saves Peter’s Leg

Peter has come through an incredible ordeal with an infection that was just about irreversible.  He would have lost his lower leg had it not been for the amazing skill of the surgeons at Corsu Hospital

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The Voice of a Patients’ Mom – Robbinah

We’d like you to hear the voice of one of our patients moms’ thanking O4A for our help. Our patient is 17 year old Scovia…her surgery was relatively straightforward but the gratitude

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