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Children standing outside, near a road; one is carrying a wash tub


Flonika and her Grandma

When she was little, Flonika had difficulty moving and needed help with everything, including feeding. Gladys from the Heart of Mercy taught her some mobility exercises. After several years and a lot of work and patience, Flonika took her first unsteady steps aged eight.

Godfrey with his classmates

Godfrey was born blind, just like his two siblings. He was one of the first children to enrol in RAPCD's primary school for deaf or blind children, which opened in 2010 with financial support from Accomplish. Godfrey thrived at school and became head boy, before progressing on to RAPCD's secondary school.

Gorret with her sewing machine

Gorret, who is partially blind, runs a successful tailoring business. She learned her craft at our vocational training centre and was given a sewing machine when she graduated to enable her to start work.

John collecting his epilepsy medication

John has epilepsy and used to suffer from frequent seizures. Once he started attending our clinics and received medication, his seizures stopped, which enabled him to start school.


Neema is a single leg amputee who lives in the Democratic Republic of Congo. An accomplish donor has financed her education, and Accomplish also assisted with an operation for a prosthetic leg.

Sigele and Gladys from the Heart of Mercy

Sigele, who is deaf, struggled at the local village school. Now she has obtained a place at a specialist school, which she joined in 2022. Accomplish is subsidizing her education.

Physiotherapist Mumbere David with a mother at an outreach clinic


children have received occupational and/or physiotherapy over the past six years at Kyaninga Child Development Centre

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