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Kids Living With HIV Embrace Tree Planting Exercise In Kamuli

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erectile geneva;”>The project promoter Joseph Masembe says the project has been a success considering that prestigious organizations in the country such as the National Council for Children, stuff The Inter Religious Council of Uganda, My Kid is a Superstar, Members of Parliament and other key development partners have thrown their weight behind it.

“Our mission in this 50th year of independence is to ensure a greener Uganda as we start the next 50 year count. We are ensuring that Going Green moves out of emails, Facebook and in documents in the trays of ministry officials and NGOs to homes, schools, hospitals and churches,” says Masembe.

Masembe further notes the Kamuli visit is also meant to bring out pertinent issues that affect the Ugandan society, experiences and challenges in accessing care and treatment for Children living with HIV/AIDS and restoring the hope to the kids by embracing environment conversation.

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