Jolly Okot: Nobel Peace Prize Nominee
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Jolly Okot: Nobel Peace Prize Nominee

Volunteers4Humanity was honored to meet Uganda's first female to be nominated for the Nobel Peace Prize: Ms Jolly Okot. Many of our readers will recognized the co-founder of the The Invisible Children. Ms. Jolly was abducted at age 20 by Joseph Kony's Lord Resistance Army (LRA). She later escaped and championed women's and children's rights. In 2005 she was nominated for the Nobel Prize. She is currently on tour in the United States. Taking a brief break, Ms Jolly visited our mission organizer in California. Having previously provided care to the Northern Uganda, Dr. Walters is very familiar with the healthcare challenges that the inhabitants face daily. Dr. Walters stated that he was truly humbled to meet this International Icon that has helped so many people. Volunteers4Humanity will partner with SaveAfricaSaveOurWorld to provide medical care in Northern Uganda in the near future.

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Dr. Walters
Ms. Jolly Okot
Dr. Fobbs

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