Namusoke Asia Mbajja is a social justice fighter, the founder and Executive Director PINA Uganda, a young people’s Non –Government Organization established to provide hope and support to vulnerable children and youths. She is a social work with over 8years experience working with children and adolescents living with HIV/AIDS. Asia is a courageous woman determined to spend the energy of her remaining life to ensure as many children as possible get a good start on life’s road, feeling loved and encouraged. Her goal is to make a difference in the lives of less fortunate children and adolescents especially teenage mothers and those living with HIV. She is a Hubert Humphrey fellowship award winner (Rollins school of Public Health -Emory University) and the Humphrey Alumni Impact Award Winner 2015 awarded by the US Department of State.