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Harriet Tusiime

Brenda Tusiime

Ronald Tumusiime
Ronald is 8 years old; born November 1, 2005. He began at The Home of the Holy Angels in 2014 and is in second grade. Ronald is in good health and he likes soccer. His mother, Harriet Nabukeera, is HIV positive and ill. Ronald’s father died in 2013. Ronald is in the care of his grandmother who is looking after 10 children.

Agnes Murungi
Agnes began at The Home of Holy Angels in 2012 She is academically bright especially in science. She may become a medical worker. She is sociable and likes playing netball and listening to popular music.

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World AIDS Day

Plight of Orphan Girl
A 14-year old girl in Bushenyi who stoned to death a 40-year-old man she accused of trying rape her is stranded in Police custody. No one has offered to stand surety for her. The girl is an orphan who lives alone with her 9-year-old brother. Is Uganda doing enough to protect orphans? What should be done? Have your say.
[ Complete discussion: Plight of Orphan Girl ]
Newvisoin.co.ug (local Ugandan newspper 12/10/09)

WorldAidsDay.org, December 1st

UgandaUganda Sitting on AIDS Time Bomb
December 1, 2009
Complacency, ignorance and indifference are reversing Uganda’s gains against the Aids epidemic, a senior government official warned yesterday. Dr Kihumuro Apuuli, who heads the Uganda Aids Commission, the government agency responsible for coordinating the fight against Aids, said the number of new HIV infections is “unacceptably high” and rising.
[ Complete article: Uganda Sitting on AIDS Time Bomb ]


Captain Dr. Lawrence Basaaliza takes blood samples from Presidential Guard Brigade soldiers in Entebbe yesterdayMinistry calls for voluntary HIV testing
Tuesday, 1st December, 2009
By Raymond Baguma 

UGANDA yesterday marked World AIDS Day with messages urging men to go for voluntary counselling and testing services. 

Health minister Dr. Stephen Mallinga noted that voluntary testing and counselling is an effective strategy to access preventive and care services. 

World AIDS Day was adopted in 1988. It is commemorated every December 1 to raise awareness about the pandemic that has killed more than 25 million people world-wide since it was first discovered 30 years ago.

[ Complete article: Ministry calls for voluntary HIV testing ]