My name is Ssali Joseph currently student at Kyambogo University pursuing a diploma in sign language with support from Barclays Bank donation boxes through Reach Out Mbuya.
I therefore thank Reach Out Mbuya, Barclays Bank staff and its customers who have stood with me through the support offered to see my dream come true. Your love has caused a noble change in my life and has put a smile on my face and for this I will always be grateful as I never forget all the past challenges I have had to go through.
Hope is one of so many people living with HIV/AIDS, who over the years has been helped by the holistic support of Reach Out. I first met her in June 2006, a few weeks before I left Reach Out.
At Reach Out she got the support she needed, medicines, food, shelter, clothes.
I live in Band zone 8 with my beautiful family.
Once upon a time, I had a complete and happy family with both parents and my three brothers. Iam the second born in my family. When I was five years old my mother gave birth to my brother who was attacked by a terrible sickness.
I thank very much Reachout organization for the support they have and are still offering to our family and other families. May God continue to grant you my blessings to Reach Out.
It is exciting to share my life experiencesâ€ I am Bwire Steven an Administrative Assistant of Kinawataka site and a client of Reach Out Mbuya, born in 1970 in Busia district father of six children. I joined Reach Out in August 2003 after developing a swelling on my right cheek. I had just lost a brother and a sister to the disease and as if
I thank God for my life. I thank the Reach Out family for all they have done in my life. I left my home village up in Acholiland to visit my aunt who lived within the Mbuya Parish after my dear husband had passed on in 1994. I had been sickly and suspicious that I could be HIV positive since my husband had also died a mysterious death.