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Facilitate the Persons with Albinism with Economic empowerment startup

During this annual reporting period, 3 persons living with Albinism were supported with startup capital for them to start up enterprise as TEMBU networked with the District and Municipal where one hundred thousand was raised during the awareness and fundraising campaign conducted on 31st-January-2020 in Tororo Lions children’s Park and it was handed over to them by the TEMBU staff during a home visit in February 2020 at their home in Kingili north in Mella Sub County.

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20 Kids of 500 Goal by 2025

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The Invisible Heroes

Behind all the work that Talent Embassy has been part of for the past 2 years, ordinary people - invisible heroes- have risen to meet the most relevant challenges of every era.

Discrimination and Stigma among persons with Albinism in Uganda most especially in Tororo district

Report looks at the most insidious price Albinos must pay as a result of their color: forced and inadequate education. The practice was widely reported by close to 90 percent of Albino children and adults.

Albinos exclusion is not and should not be considered an inevitability in most communities

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