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Katuregye has nursed 300 lives back to shape

By Samuel Lutwama

Added 25th October 2020 08:00 AM

62-year-old Ann Katuregye is one of the few that make it their life’s purpose to help those in need; she particularly reaches out to disfigured children.Full story in Sunday Vision.

Katuregye has nursed 300 lives back to shape

Ann Katuregye together with Chairman and Board of Director Esseza Foundation, Ishmeal Kabananukye and the children. Photo by Samuel Lutwama

62-year-old Ann Katuregye is one of the few that make it their life’s purpose to help those in need; she particularly reaches out to disfigured children.Full story in Sunday Vision.

Self-centeredness is a road many often travel. They argue that taking care of self is of grave importance and hardly do they take time to lend a hand to those in need.

Well, 62-year-old Ann Katuregye is one of the few that make it their life's purpose to help those in need; she particularly reaches out to disfigured children.

Together with a partner, Ishmael Kabananukye, they began Esseza Foundation; a non-governmental organisation that rehabilitates deformed children and gives them a new lease on life.

And today, the plight of vulnerable children, especially those with cancerous deformities is their primary concern.  Full story in Sunday Vision.


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