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Destiny's children

March 2015 
March 2015 Kiwanis magazine cover, featuring children at Destiny Orphanage in Uganda.

Leslie Womack pokes her head into the chicken house and turns back, eyes wide, a grin plastered across her face.

“Look at them,” she says with a sense of pride, stepping back from the door so others can take a peek inside. “Just look at them. There are so many.”

Womack, a member of the Kiwanis Club of Sentinel in Missoula, Montana, has traveled several thousand miles to meet these chickens—or to be more precise, hens and roosters—in Katende, Uganda.

For an added dimension of Kiwanis storytelling, get the Kiwanis magazine app, which is available for iPad and Android tablets. This month, two videos tell the stories of two teens: one, a Key Club member from the United States who organized fundraisers to buy medical supplies for Destiny's medical clinic and the other, a Ugandan youth who has found peace after surviving a childhood in which family and friends were murdered and abducted by guerrilla gangs.















Kiwanis magazine app bonus material
For an added dimension of Kiwanis storytelling, get the Kiwanis magazine app, which is available for iPad and Android tablets. This month, two videos tell the stories of two teens: one a Key Club member who organized fundraisers to stock Destiny's medical clinic and the other a Ugandan youth who found "freedom" and "peace" at the orphanage after surviving a childhood of terror.