John and Marg Docking travel to Uganda to serve as Interns with African Enterprise at Nile Vocational Institute (NVI) in Jinja. They start to see that learning a trade to make a viable living could not lift the young people from poverty whilst the cultural norm is to have a very large family.
Marg, in working alongside the institute nurse, started to see that the girls had little understanding of the way their bodies were created and there were frequent unplanned pregnancies. Many were told to leave the Institute if they were found to be pregnant. This meant they had to live on the streets, as their families would not accept them back at home.