My trip to Kyampisi

My trip to Kyampisi

By Anna Baker, DIAS Supporter I’m a midwife in Brisbane who is passionate about education. I want women in Uganda to access a safe place that can renew their health and restore hope. I want mothers, babies and the sick and vulnerable of Kyampisi to receive life and...
He’s been called the ‘miracle boy’

He’s been called the ‘miracle boy’

It was the middle of the night when a passer-by heard a gurgling sound coming from the bushes. It was Allan. He was 6 years old and had just been attacked by witch doctors. They castrated him. Sliced open his head with a machete and took a piece of his skull. Stabbed...
Meet the Women of Kyampisi

Meet the Women of Kyampisi

Your husband has died. You never finished primary school. And you have five children to feed. If this was you, what would you do? What’s your next step? For many Ugandan women who live this life, the streets become their homes. Or their children skip school, forced to...