A brave nurse opened a clinic in a remote area in Uganda. Now she has bigger plans.

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A brave nurse opened a clinic in a remote area in Uganda. Now she has bigger plans.

After a lifelong career as a government midwife, Mary “Nalongo” Kamya retired from her job and set up a clinic in her own home in the rural district of Lutengo, Uganda.

Her dream was to build a center to better serve the women and children she cares for — a place that would be there to help generations to come.

Nalongo, which means the “mother of twins,” now delivers babies in her rural community. She also works hard to educate the women she lives amongst by teaching them about family planning and women’s rights as a mission to empower them and shape the future of her village.

This is her story. She has a dream at 3:57…

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