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."
Monitor, 18 January 2018
He faced many challenges, was mocked and despised in his early childhood but he stayed focused on achieving his dream as he scaled the hurdles and carried home the crown of… Read more »
Isaac Kyazze with colleagues at Makerere University on January 17, 2018.
- Daily Monitor
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- 18 January 2018
Isaac Kyazze who graduated on January 17, 2018, says he overcame a number of challenges to emerge one of the best students. VIDEO BY PATIENCE ... see more »
Monitor, 17 January 2018
As hundreds of Makerere University students celebrated completing their studies at the country's prestigious institution yesterday, some were contemplating what awaited them in the… Read more »
Uganda: Makerere Graduation Starts Today
Monitor, 16 January 2018
The 68th graduation at Makerere University starts Tuesday. The four-day ceremony will see about 13,000 students graduate in various disciplines. Read more »
As the world marks International Albinism Awareness Day with an aim to stop the high levels of stigma and brutality against people with albinism all over the globe, Africa reflects ... Read more »