The Quality of Life in Patients with Vitiligo


Most women if not all care more about their appearance because looks because looks are more consequential for them. But for some living with any form of disability, the story is different as these either have to credit themselves or remain insignificant before the other people. But for Hellen Makika and Clare Mubeezi who are both living with Vitiligo a skin disorder, they have defied odds to excel in a society where their conditions are stigmatized. Zahra Namuli reports