Krip-Hop is more than music! One of the proudest times in Krip-Hop Nation this year, 2014, is when journalist, Galiwango Ronald of Uganda, Rachel Cohen-Rottenberg and the San Francisco Bay View Newspaper along with Krip-Hop Nation continue with the campaign of Eunice Atim in Uganda after being successful in getting her and her sister wheelchairs to make sure Atom’s education was payed for for two years. We raised enough money through indiegogo to pay for Eunice Atim’s education. Ronald and Krip-Hop Nation teamed up in 2013 to write articles that happened to be about a single father rising two daughters with disabilities who needed wheelchairs to get around. These articles were published in the San Francisco Bayview Newspaper. This campaign turned into a two year effort with two goals 1) wheelchairs and 2) education. Now going into 2015 we are proud about this team work that lead to this success. Watch out for Ronald Galiwango’s article in the San Francisco Bayview Newspaper on this successful campaign with updated pics of Atim at school. Thanks everybody!