Using The Scientific Principles Of Cellular Medicine To Improve The Health, Behavior, And Future Economic Livelihoods Of Prisoners In Uganda

Building on the success of their groundbreaking school and community gardening projects, our Movement of Life Uganda team has recently started working with the Uganda Prisons Service in the Isingiro District Government Prison. Teaching the scientific principles of Cellular Medicine, and gardening skills such as making natural compost and organic pesticides, the project will show prison service staff…

Planting The Seeds Of Change

The United Nations (UN) recently reported that there was a dramatic worsening of world hunger in 2020. Suggesting that much of this is likely related to the fallout of COVID-19, it estimates that around a tenth of the global population – up to 811 million people – were undernourished last year. With more than half of these…

Launch Of The Movement Of Life Uganda Team’s New Community Gardening Project

Following the success of their groundbreaking school gardening project, the Movement of Life Uganda team has recently launched a new community-based project. Involving farmers, teachers, photographers, builders, and other community leaders, the project involves setting up demonstration homes in villages to promote our Free Health for All, Free Food for All, and Work for All…