Ugandan Rabbinic Student Writes Her Life into a Picture Book
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Be'chol Lashon travels to the Pearl of Africa for the Abayudaya's centennial celebration.
A kippah inspires a bar mitzvah boy to reach out and reach in.
The Chief Rabbi of Uganda discusses how famine in East Africa is impacting the Abayudaya Jews and their neighbors.
Inspired by need and connection, bar mitzvah boy reaches across the globe.
Yes, it’s true. The Chief Rabbi of Uganda has been elected to parliament in his home country.
This year, Hanukkah has special meaning for the Abayudaya Jews of Uganda. It is a story of the few against the many. It is a story that is ancient but also new.
More than anything Nalugya Rehema wanted to be a mother.
In my early 30s, I had exciting opportunities to visit and work with public health projects in Uganda several times.