Seattle college student Dylan Patterson headed to Uganda as a volunteer, hoping to Dylan & passing wildlife help somehow. He met Enoch Magala in Enoch Magala Kampala and the young American's course was set. Magala and a field team of young Ugandans at the Mpolyabigere Foundation are educating, testing and providing care in a countryside beset by AIDS. And also by malaria, poverty, bad roads and sanitation, and by trigger-happy private armies. Magala and all the field workers, including Patterson, brave those dangers to serve rural Ugandan families in their struggle against AIDS. Patterson did indeed get malaria, as have other Mpolyabigere team members. One lost a brother, killed by militiamen. But nothing has stopped these brave young college grads; they're all heading back into the villages of Uganda, being of service to those who need them.