This week, Kaity and Adriane chat with Olivia Nannono, the executive director of Enhance Humanity Uganda, about the challenges communities in Uganda face when it comes to accessing education and what her organization is doing about it.

During the episode, you'll hear about the amazing work Enhance Humanity Uganda is doing to develop self-reliance and break cycles of dependency across Ugandan communities. You'll also learn about the importance of unconditional love and attachment in helping children thrive, the need for parent education to create safe and nurturing homes, and the significance of English literacy in Uganda.

Episode 38 also explores:
πŸ”₯ the role of learning centers in providing a safe space for children
πŸ”₯ Olivia's journey of establishing the learning center
πŸ”₯ the materials and opportunities available at the center, including teaching English and computer skills
πŸ”₯ the need for partnerships and support to make the program sustainable
πŸ”₯ the challenges and strategies of teaching kids with different educational backgrounds
πŸ”₯ the power of literacy and learning
πŸ”₯ and so much more!

This episode is a heartfelt reminder of the remarkable changes that occur when children receive the love and support they deserve. You don't want to miss it!

Olivia Nannono holds a diploma in law and is trained in leadership, counseling, and guidance. After her Diploma in law, Olivia joined an organization that reaches out to the most vulnerable families with children with disabilities, where she served for three years. While living with her colleague during Covid Lock-downs Olivia yearned for ways she could be of service and kept engaging her friend on different crazy ideas that were running through her head, which finally led to the birth of Enhance Humanity Uganda, which is a learning center for the homeless and disadvantaged youth in Uganda.

Enhance Humanity Uganda

If you are interested in contacting Olivia, email her at or reach out through their social channels.