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    Posted January 26, 2014 by
    ChrisMorrow
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    Luwero, Uganda
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    Student voices in journalism

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    Uganda through my 15 year old eyes

     

    CNN PRODUCER NOTE     ChrisMorrow went on a volunteer trip to Luwero, Uganda, in December 2013. While she was there she had the opportunity to document 15-year-old Timyra Joi's experience in Uganda. She also interviewed several members from the organization called just like my child foundation and the work they are doing in the country.
    - Jareen, CNN iReport producer

    15 year Timyra Joi, from The Voice 2013 travels to Uganda, Africa and this is her experience. Check out the video!

     

    Video two, Just like My Child Foundation Program Director, Tessa Davis talks about an important item for young women.

     

    Video three, Passing on the gift with Just LIke My Child Foundation Founder, Vivian Glyck.

     

    Video four, Sister Ernestine Akulu describes what it is like in a Ugandan home.

     

    Video five, Girl Power Camp in Uganda with Just Like My Child Foundation Founder, Vivian Glyck.

     

    Click here for photos http://yourshot.nationalgeographic.com/member/54997177577

     

    About Just Like My Child Foundation
    This organization works with women and children in rural Uganda and Senegal, with the goal of creating healthy, self-sustaining families who prosper without further aid.
    www.JustLikeMyChild.org

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