Father Centurio Olaboro is a priest in the Kwapa Parish of the Tororo Archdiocese. He grew up in the era of the capricious dictator Idi Amin, and his father, a lawyer, was executed by Amin when Fr. Centurio was in his teens. In the late 80’s his sister founded an orphanage on his family land to look after the emerging groups of AIDS orphans, when she died of AIDS herself he took over care and administration of the orphanage, now called the Uganda Martyr’s Orphans Project, which has grown into a school and orphanage caring for hundreds of children. He has a variety of other projects, focusing on empowering communities to take care of themselves. He lives on his family land, which he has dedicated entirely to charitable endeavors. Idwe Kolia represents Father Centurio’s dream of having a branch of his organization dedicated to the support and maintenance of healthy communities.