Men’s Access-Saving Group My name is TumwineEnoth,I am 42 years old. I stay inNansana Town council zone west with my two children,AkundaEnoth (11yrs) and Amumpaire Diana (6yrs). Akunda and I are HIV positive. For some time I worked at a retail shop in the city center, selling cosmetics. In a month I would earn 400-500,000Ugx
My name is Nantege RebeccaI am 48yrs old. I live and work in Seeta. Ihave two grown daughters.PriscillahNamubiru(24yrs) andNagadya Brenda (22yrs).PriscillahandIare HIV positive. I used to sell stationery in the city center however, the income was not enough to carter to the needs of my family and me. In 2014 I received knowledge and skills
CHAIR PERSON–AgaliAwamu Saving Group My name is Kakuba Wilfred, I stay with my wife and two children in Ndejje, an area off Entebbe road. My wife and son are HIV positive. I am an engineer by profession and for some time I built houses for a living. However, getting contracts was always hard, because of
18 year old Kangume a peasant farmer from Nyango Village, Bukuuku sub-county, Kabarole distict was expecting her second child. At 29 weeks of pregnancy just before her 3rd antenatal visit her ‘waters broke’. Scared and confused she was rushed to the nearby Bukuuku HC IV which is 10km away on a boda boda (motor bike).
Barbra has been in a discordant relationship for over 7 years. Barbara Kemigisa was orphaned at a very early age and was brought up by her aunt who looked after a large family. At the age of 6, her uncles began to serially defile her. While at school, she had an uncontrollable desire for sex
Denis Nyakoojo’s life and future was bleak. Unlike other children in his community, at 11 years of age, Denis who sometimes sleeps in the bush is a victim of abuse, has never been to school and he is HIV positive. He was abandoned after his parents separated when they realized that they were HIV positive.