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016 Grandma to 8000 Children. The Irene Gleeson Interview

In 1991 Irene Gleeson sold her home, flew to Uganda, towed a caravan to the war zone of Kitgum and began to teach war-traumatised children under a mango tree. Sadly, Irene passed away in July 2013. But not before leaving behind a remarkable legacy. M...
by Sheridan Voysey on Jul 30, 2013

016 Grandma to 8000 Children. The Irene Gleeson Interview [Podcast]

In 1991 Irene Gleeson sold her home, flew to Uganda, towed a caravan to the war zone of Kitgum and began to teach war-traumatised children under a mango tree. Sadly, Irene has passed away. As you'll hear in this 2006 interview, she left behind a rema...
by Sheridan Voysey on Jul 30, 2013

Say no to Kony 2012

What interest does America have with Joseph Kony in 2012?  Joseph Kony is an African warlord and leader of the Lords Resistance Army in the African nations of Congo, Sudan, and Uganda.  Kony’s LRA army is said to be composed mostly of chi...
by American Wing on Mar 9, 2012

EDIT: Both sides of the story: The LORDs Resistance Army: Stopping the LRA and Joseph Kony #Kony12 @Invisible

I thought I should share this with you considering the fact that literally everyone is talking about it. If you haven’t heard about it yet, then I’m not going to say anything. Just watch: KONY 2012 from INVISIBLE CHILDREN on Vimeo. It is...
by DeanRoberts.Net on Mar 7, 2012

From Libya to Uganda, Obama is a War Time President

From Libya to the Uganda, Obama is starting wars without thoughtful consideration. Like, who is going to pay for it? Playing devils advocate, Obama and his Liberal collegues lambasted Bush for his wars in Iraq and Afghanistan. Now under Obama's rule,...

Invisible Children

Invisible Children online documentaries Without having seen the suffering in Northern Uganda, I’m appalled frankly, it’s a moral outrage to see thousands of children that have been abducted, that are maltreated, that go through the most horrendou...
by Online Documentaries Films on Mar 29, 2011

REFUGEES FLEE THE DRC

Thousands of refugees are fleeing the Democratic Republic of Congo in several directions as a result of separate flare-ups of fighting in the vast country, the United Nations refugee agency UNHCR said on Tuesday. More than 15,000 Congolese have fled...
by connectafrica on Feb 17, 2009

UGANDAN ARMY TO REMAIN IN THE DRC

Ugandan soldiers are trying to defeat the LRA rebels. The Ugandan army says it has been giving permission by the Democratic Republic of Congo to continue operations there against the Lords Resistance Army. The mandate of the Ugandan army in the DRC h...
by connectafrica on Feb 16, 2009


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