NYAKAGYEZI, Uganda,- Many children in Uganda have lost one or both parents to AIDS-related illnesses.
Jackson Kaguri was visiting his former village in Uganda when he noticed all of the grandmothers working hard to raise their grandchildren who lost their parents to the disease. He decided he needed to help. Kaguri and his wife bought two acres of land and built a school for these children.
It didn’t stop there. They raised enough money to build two schools and provide uniforms, school supplies, two meals a day and a medical clinic.