VIDEO - Ugandan Student With Albinism Beats Odds to Graduate

Isaac Kyazze, now an intern doctor in Kampala, was born in 1993 with albinism, a congenital disorder. With the support of his parents, he graduated this week at Makerere University. He says: "To people living with albinism, understand your purpose. I am an image of God. Let no one intimidate or torment or step on you."



Isaac Kyazze with colleagues at Makerere University on January 17, 2018.

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