These photos are the result of 20 days in Uganda and Rwanda. The scenery constantly changed from endangered mountain gorillas and elephants, to emerging Rwanadan artists. However, the most memorable part of the trip was from the 6 days of staying in Conde Hill village. There, I had the pleasure to work with the Gideon Anti-Aids Foundation (http://www.gaaf.org.uk/). It is a small charity set up by Gideon, a man who lost 37 of his 39 siblings to HIV/AIDS. He now takes in children from the village who have lost their family to HIV/AIDS. While the kids don't have much, as a result of GAAF's work, they still have a family. Check out their website and view the projects. If you feel like you want to help, there's a donation page. Having stayed there and helped out, I can actually say that all of the money donated goes to help these children. The 11 kids that live in the children's village built by GAAF now have a safe place to sleep at night, and people who care for them like their own children.