In 1969, Atutur Hospital was built in Kumi, Uganda. It was intended to serve the local population of 1,400 people. Kumi District suffered under rebel occupation for over 20 years, leaving the community in ruins. Today, the same 100 bed hospital serves over 250,000 people.
Learn about Love A Community's initiatives in Eastern Africa, as the organization brings clean water and electricity to a hospital in war-torn Kumi District, Uganda, that serves a quarter of a million people, with only two doctors on staff.
Visit LoveACommunity.org for more information on how you can contribute your time, talent, and attention to affect sustainable change in these communities.
Created by Craig Hung and Sam Sandweiss
Music by Nicholas Jacobson-Larson
Sound by Jeff Cendejas
Color by Stephen Derluguian