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Meeting needs with mushrooms

Hey, all you trendy urban gardeners! Do you know how easy it is to grow mushrooms? Maybe you do. At the New Life Center in Northern Uganda, they grow mushrooms with just a bag of dirt and manure, some string, a bit of water, and a dark room. Mushroom growing is on the schedule for Tuesdays and Thursdays. Every […]

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Schedule of activities for child mothers

At the New Life Center in Kitgum, Northern Uganda, young victims of gender-based injustice stay for eight weeks and participate in an intentional program designed to help heal the whole person. This schedule shows the various activities designed to meet one’s physical, spiritual, emotional, social and educational needs. (Luo, as you’ll see on the schedule, is a language […]

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New lives for child mothers

Since beginning at FH a little over four years ago, I’ve had the incredible privilege of visiting many of the fields in which we work. Some have left a deeper impression on me than others, and the New Life Center in Northern Uganda is definitely one of those places. Let me tell you why. At […]

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New Lives for Child Mothers

Since beginning at FH a little over four years ago, I’ve had the incredible privilege of visiting many of the fields in which we work. Some have left a deeper impression on me than others, and the New Life Center in Northern Uganda is definitely one of those places. Let me tell you why. At […]

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