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Already in 1987, when our project manager in SALEM-Togo Gbati Nikabou was still a student, he was in his heart an environmentalist. Back then he started to plant guajacum trees in front of his family`s house. These trees have by now turned out to be huge trees.
When Betty was brought to the Children`s home in SALEM-Uganda she was 5 years old but wasn´t able to walk or talk mainly because of malnutrition and abuse by her own mother. Thanks to the loving care of the SALEM-Aunties who supported her with a special training she learned how to walk.
This short film about these community outreaches shows the importance of the medical work that is done by SALEM-Uganda. By going out into the nearby villages we can reach the rural population around SALEM-Uganda.
In SALEM-Uganda young parents are taught how to feed their children in a healthy way. When Daniel was brought to SALEM by his mother, he was six years old and malnourished.
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