Why radio is an important lifeline in northern Uganda
It’s a rainy day here in Gisozi, Rwanda, but no one’s spirits are dampened by the weather. Thirteen newly married couples are being cheered on by their guests as they parade around the dance floor to traditional singing and drumming. These 13 couples have just legalised their marriages, after learning about the protection it […]
N4A is expanding its Aspire project into Rutunga, a rural community in Rwanda.
Sustainable agriculture is helping people in northern Uganda support themselves after years of conflict.
Our counselors work tirelessly to prevent the spread of HIV and comfort those already HIV+.
How your donations on 6, 7 and 8 December could be doubled.
Barbara and Shelly, US volunteers, talk about the huge progress counsellors have made in Uganda.
Barbara and Shelly, US volunteers, blog about the difficult topics that Patongo counsellors have to address every day.
Dr Barbara Bauer and Shelly Evans donate their time and expertise to train war survivors in Patongo in trauma counselling skills.
Caz, a British volunteer, writes about setting up the Aspire childcare centre and her experiences in Rwanda.