Priscilla Were's Healing Values 

Priscilla Were is an educational system reformer and social champion. Imagine a school that has no rules, but rather, it teaches values. Priscilla Were's Glory Value School in Kenya is leading the way. In her May 15 Ted-X Traverse City talk, Were describes how value-education can ultimately heal her country of tribalism, corruption, and impunity.  Utopia Foundation has started a partnership with the Glory Value School to send 100 girls to school for $100 each. 

Jackson Kaguri On the Power of Education 

Twesigye "Jackson" Kaguri, founder of the Nyaka AIDS Orphan Project and one of Utopia Foundation's champions, discusses his new book "Sitwe Joseph Goes To School." The book features Sitwe, an HIV/AIDS orphan who is determined to go to school.  This inspiring book says a lot about the importance of education as a way to rise above unfortunate circumstances. 

Jackson Kaguri on Hardships and Prayer 

Twesigye "Jackson" Kaguri, founder of the Nyaka AIDS Orphan Project and one of Utopia Foundation's champions, discusses his second new book "Sitwe Joseph Goes To Worship." The book features the character of Sitwe Joseph, who must find resilience and hope in the face of tragedy. This is another inspiring book from Kaguri, who is a light himself for thousands of grandmothers and children in rural Uganda.