Zeta Global Radio, September 5, 2015

Zeta Global Radio with Twesigye Jackson Kaguri and Debi Lang
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Guests, Twesigye Jackson Kaguri and Debi Lang NYAKA AIDS Orphan Project

Zeta Global Radio with Laine Sevante Quirk and guests Twesigye Jackson Kaguri and Debi Lang

Guest, Debi Lang

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Debi Lang
Debi Lang
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Photojournalist, Director, Producer
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Debi Lang is an award-winning photojournalist, director and producer whose career spans over 25 years with major media networks and film production companies. She founded Caring For The World Films after completing her third tour covering the Iraq War. She is an avid adventure traveler, hiker and humanitarian preferring to work in the most remote locations.

Guest, Twesigye Jackson Kaguri

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Twesigye Jackson Kaguri
Founder and CEO of Nyaka AIDS Orphan Project
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Founder and CEO of Nyaka AIDS Orphan Project
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Twesigye Jackson Kaguri
Founder and Executive Director
Twesigye Jackson Kaguri was born and raised in Uganda in the small village of Nyakagyezi. At a very young age he demonstrated an unquenchable desire to learn, which led him to study at and graduate from Makerere University in Kampala. During this time he co-founded the human rights organization, Human Rights Concerns, to help victims of human rights violations in Uganda and to educate the public about their rights. In the 90s he became a visiting scholar at Columbia University where he studied Human Rights Advocacy. Over the years he has been involved extensively in international community efforts as a human rights advocate, fundraiser, and inspirational speaker.
In 2001, Kaguri founded The Nyaka AIDS Orphans Project in response to the devastating effects of AIDS in his hometown. The organization provides free education to children who have lost one or both parents to HIV/AIDS. In addition to two primary schools and a secondary a school, it also operates two libraries, desire farm and nutrition program, a medical clinic, two clean water systems, and a support program for the grandmothers who care for up to 14 children at a time.
Since founding the project, Kaguri has also become an author. In “A School for My Village” he shares how he came to build the first school and the struggles he faced during the first few years. His most recent book, “Sitwe Joseph Goes to School”, was published in 2014. It is a children’s book about a young HIV/AIDS orphan who dreams of going to school. In 2010, he resigned as Interim Senior Director of Development in the College of Agriculture and Natural Resources at Michigan State University to focus full-time on The Nyaka AIDS Orphans Project. Kaguri has been named a 2012 CNN Hero, a Heifer International Hero, recognized in Time Magazine’s ‘Power of One’ Series, and spoken to the UN about his work. When not visiting the schools in Uganda or working at his office in Okemos, MI, Kaguri travels the country to speak with students and supporters about the organization.

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