I have written about Douglas’ graduation from nursing school before. You can read about it here.
Although he completed his course work last November (and has been working at the St. Mary Kevin Orphanage medical clinic ever since) he had not yet experienced the thrill of donning robe and mortarboard and celebrating his graduation in the typical way. Because of the high cost of graduation ceremonies, most post-graduate schools in Uganda host the elaborate graduation ceremony only once every 2 -3 years.
So, here is Douglas. Finally celebrating. Beaming, confident and handsome.
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