ASA Social Fund for Hidden Peoples
This video, photographed and produced by Pulitzer Prize winning photographer Martha Rial, documents the life and success of Medi Bugrmbe, Director of Great Kings and Queens Children's Center in Kampala Uganda. This amazing video shows some of the work ASA strives to support.
Click here to view our campaign for the month of May and help us to honor ASA President, Dr. Louis A. Picard and his work in Uganda.
"Medi Bugembe, From Streets to Success", Martha Rial
ASA in the Media
Click on this link to read about our campaign to create an emergency fund: https://tinyurl.com/y7mvfxcs
New water tanks are being installed at BKU! The water tanks were purchased and installed thanks to a grant from Jewish Helping Hands.
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Indie Film Forum/PCTV, Discussion about "Unveiling the Scars", April 2018
The Union Edge, The Labor Intensive: Bright Kids Uganda – Fighting For Women’s Rights, October 10, 2017
World Affairs Report, Weekly Podcast & Radio Show, September 23, 2017
The Union Edge, The Labor Intensive featuring Hungarian Roma No Bad Kid, May 30, 2017
The Union Edge: Education, Healthcare and Small Loans Empower the Poor in Uganda
KDKA/CBS TV “Live Pittsburgh” show on Tuesday, September 27, 2016
Photo exhibit displays daily life in Uganda: Pulitzer Prize winner brings new project to Pittsburgh, Read the article Point Park Globe, Carley Bonk, October 11, 2016
"Rescuing the Treasures of the Pearl" Pittsburgh Post Gazette by Martha Rial, September 18, 2016
Bright Kids Uganda, Mt. Lebanon Magazine by Anne Caffee, July 2016
The Union Edge, June 16, 2016
Victoria Nalongo Namusisi returns to GSPIA with an update on Bright Kids Uganda, by Jessi Hansen and Cynthia Caul, October 7, 2015
Mt. Lebanon couple, filmmaker help Uganda's orphans,Pittsburgh Post-Gazette,by Bob Podurgiel, February 5, 2015