By our Reporter
Reliable sources have confirmed that American Philanthropist Dr. Michelle Corral will be jetting in Uganda early this week for Humanitarian & Refugee Mission at the Invitation of Heal The Planet Global Organisation – HTP in Special Consultative Status with United Nations.
Sources indicate that Dr. Michelle will be travelling with 9 Aides and HTP Vice President, North America Dr. Joan Ross from Corona California. The team will be visiting a Masaka Health Facility for Medical Camp and proceed to Western Uganda at Nakivale Refugee Settlement which is home to thousands of Refugees from Democratic Republic of Congo, Burundi, Rwanda, Eritrea & South Sudan.
HICGI News Agency has established that Uganda President Yoweri Kaguta Museveni has written to Prime Minister Rt. Hon Dr. Ruhakana Rugunda to receive Dr. Michelle and her envoy on his behalf. We have reached to Kivumbi Earnest Benjamin for comment on this story but has promised to address the media shortly.
Uganda is home to more than 1.3 million refugees many of whom have fled to Uganda in the last two and a half years, making the Pearl of Africa the third largest refugee-hosting country in the world after Turkey and Pakistan1, with 1.19 million refugees by December 2018.
On this Trip to Uganda, sources indicate that she is coming with pharmaceuticals, clothing, food, and other basic necessity items for the poorest of the poor worth U$250,000.
Dr. Michelle confesses “My heart has always been with Uganda.” According to our sources.
Who is Dr. Michelle Corral?
She is the founder and Pastor of Breath of the Spirit International Ministry and founder of Chesed International Charity a humanitarian branch of her organization since 2009. She has donated almost U$ 5 million in aid to nations in crisis and traveled to more than 13 countries, bringing medical clinics and supplies, dental clinics, clothing and food.
Dr. Michelle in addition to clinics, has daily and weekly feeding programs, education programs, and support programs for orphans and the elderly. Her most prominent work includes medical missions in Burundi, Kenya, and to the Syrian and Iraqi refugees in Al-Mafraq, Jordan.
They have recently built two water wells in Kenya.
She has also placed one water well in the village of Luwero and are currently providing two feeding programs on a weekly basis in Uganda.
HICGI News Agency will give you more updates on this story.