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Since The Nyaka AIDS Orphans Project was founded, it has been honored with excellent media coverage from such notable publications as TIME Magazine and The Christian Science Monitor.

Jackson Kaguri’s book (formerly The Price of Stones), now available in paperback as A School for My Village has also received acclaim since its release in June of 2010.

To stay abreast of Nyaka and A School for My Village in the news and on the internet, follow Jackson on Twitter (@NyakaProject) or friend “Nyaka AIDS Foundation” on Facebook.


Each One Reach One

Each One Reach One features Jackson Kaguri Listen here.

Huffington Post

CNN Hero Jackson Kaguri, Founder Of The Nyaka AIDS Foundation, Helps AIDS Orphans In Uganda. See video and read article.

Global Fund for Children

Our Partners – CNN Heroes. Read article.

New Vision – Uganda

Uganda’s Kaguri; the CNN Hero for 2012. Read article.

Uganda Diaspora

Twesigye Jackson Kaguri Makes The Nomination To The 2012 CNN Heroes! Read article.

Vail Daily

Help from Eagle County to Uganda Read article.


Local "Hero" Re-Builds Village in Uganda. See video and read article.

East Lansing Rotary

Club Member Jackson Kaguri featured on CNN. See video and read article.

Kaguri Featured in Huffington Post

The Nyaka AIDS Orphans Project is featured on the Global Motherhood page of the Huffington Post. To read the article about our grandmothers who find themselves once again parenting, please click here.

Twesigye Jackson Kaguri Speaks At United Nations

After being invited to speak at the United Nations in New York City on the impending 2015 Millennium Goal deadline for access to education for all, Executive Director and Founder T. Jackson Kaguri sat down with a United Nations representative to discuss running schools in rural Uganda.  Listen here.

Kaguri named a Heifer International Hero.

Leader in Helping Uganda AIDS Orphans Visits Local Schools

Eagle, CO - When Robbie Hixon handed Jackson Kaguri an envelope with a thank-you letter and some money in it, Kaguri smiled and held it like he had the futures of some Ugandan AIDS orphans in his hands.  Read more.

WUWM, "Lake Effect" - NPR

Interview with Kaguri about "A School for My Village."

TIME Magazine
Jackson Kaguri was featured in "The Power of ONE" section as a single man with a powerful vision. Our communities in Uganda are highlighted for their strength and successes over this long journey to make Uganda a better place for orphaned children. Watch video (above). Read article.

Afar Magazine, San Francisco, CA - “Build a Better World” Read article.

New Citizens Press, Lansing, MI - “The Fight Against HIV/AIDS Still Rages After 25 Years” Read article.

Uganda Pulse, Kampala, Uganda - “Kutamba Aids Orphans School: A New Dawn of Hope for AIDS Orphans in Uganda” Read article.

The Huffington Post - “AIDS Orphans and Faith: Why I Return to Uganda” Read article.

Uganda Pulse, Kampala, Uganda - “Nyaka School for Orphans: One Man’s Vision and Inexhaustible Determination” Read article.

National Public Radio’s On Point Listen to interview.

The Christian Science Monitor, Boston, Massachusetts Read review.

BlogTalk Radio Listen to interview.

usatoday.com Read review.

Lansing City Pulse, Lansing, MI “Educating Uganda” Read article.

Observer - Nyaka School revives hope for AIDS orphans. Read article.

Observer - A school in honour of his desire. Read article.