My Experience with Sundara
“Good health is what everyone wants: when I fall sick am not happy, when my child is sick am not happy, even when my neighbor is sick am not happy. That is why I decided to join Sundara’s hygiene education program.
I am the proud mother of a 9 year old girl, but I lost my husband in a car accident in 2009. As a widow and single mother, every day is a challenge. Still, I believe that I can not let that bring me down – I still have a dedication to my community who raised me.
I am lucky to be a part of this work because it’s one of the first to provide soap and promote hygiene – a right which every person ion Uganda deserves to have. I know that health is the most important thing, and through good health and hygiene people can live longer, healthier lives and achieve their dreams.”