‘Yet, in Uganda, without actions, cases will continue steadily to rise. Rolling out screening to all or any women in Uganda, as we have in the UK, is a big problem but it is definitely deliverable, if we can continue the collaborative group effort to raise the funds required.’ The UWHI has already set up and operates two cervical malignancy screening centres in Kampala which are recognised centres of excellence in cervical screening in Uganda. It delivers activities through a small team of long-term Ugandan staff based in the national country including a medical director, a programme manager and four nurse midwives. Miss Mohammed said: ‘In the past five years, many lives have been saved because of this initiative.Water cleans our bodies from the inside. Water requires oxygen through our bloodstream and washes away toxins caused by the left over waste. It cleans out our bodies’ operating-system and vital organs that maintain us healthy. Our largest vital organ is in fact our skin. So water washes the very best of our skin when we splash it on, and it washes the underneath of our skin whenever we drink it. 3. Be cautious of everything you eat. What you put into your body can be what you get out of it. If you eat junk, the body shall make junk. There are everyday foods and occasional foods . If you consume occasional foods all the right time it is not only bad for your health, it is very bad for your skin.