Cashing in the American dream to help AIDS orphans, those who raise them
"We provide them uniforms. We provide them pencils. We give them shoes. Everything we give ... is to try and eliminate as many obstacles as possible, so children can be successful and focus on education."
- Jackson Kaguri
Jackson Kaguri is helping grandmothers who are raising grandchildren left orphaned by AIDS. His Nyaka AIDS Orphans Project provides free education and health care to nearly 600 children in Uganda, and it offers support to nearly 7,000 grandmothers.