Kisubi nuns seek help as water immerses orphanage home

By Julius Luwemba

What used to be a compound, is now an extension of Lake Victoria and the nuns have to use a boat if they're to access any corner of the compound, or crossing from one dormitory to another.

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LAKE VICTORIA | CLIMATE CHANGE

WAKISO - Kyasira home of hope, which is managed by Good Samaritan Sisters of Kisubi used to accommodate over 80 orphans.

From the orphanage, children would be taken to different schools for their education.

However, the rising water levels of Lake Victoria have not spared the orphanage, wrecking all structures including dormitories, kitchen, stores, and toilets.

What used to be a compound, is now an extension of Lake Victoria and the nuns have to use a boat if they're to access any corner of the compound, or crossing from one dormitory to another.

 uns embarking on a boat to inspect their garden which has since been flooded Nuns embarking on a boat to inspect their garden which has since been flooded

 

 hat used to be a compound can only be accessed with a boat What used to be a compound, can only be accessed with a boat

 

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 ailing through the mango trees in what used to be a compound at the orphanage Sailing through what used to be a compound at the orphanage

 

 

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