The spread of deadly Ebola in Africa has terrified thousands for over a year, but we finally have a light at the end of the tunnel.
In May, our partners reported about the desperate situation in the D. R. Congo as Ebola swept through several major cities in the north-east province.
One village sent out someone to track down help for them, and today their lives are transformed.
In February, heat shimmers over the road. This is Uganda’s summer season, and temperatures soar to 95 degrees or higher at midday. This heralds the beginning of the Lira sub-region’s rainy season.
Orumo’s residents are gathered under a mango tree as Steve Voyen, World Challenge’s director of Sub-Saharan development programs, and Dan, Uganda’s development director, pull up.