The dream chasers of Mully Children's Family

Founded to help vulnerable and needy children lead dignified lives, the charity has saved thousands from the sickness, starvation and desperation of living alone in the streets

In Summary

• Mully Children's Family will be holding its 10th graduation on October 28 as it celebrates 30 years since it was founded

• Since 1989, Mully Children's Family has taken in more than 23,000 abandoned children

As a young girl, Winnie Nekesa, 22, dreamt of how perfect her life would be when she grew up, having gone through university, falling in love, marrying and having children.


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