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God is faithful!

As week 10 in Uganda is coming to an end I can’t help but reflect on this summer. There have been so many perfect moments. Moments of unending laughter, card games, moments of perfect peace from God, moments of beautiful brokenness and processing, unending battles with malaria, breaking hearts, starving babies, so many questions, and so many answered prayers. 1,128 more words

A crazy six days in Uganda - Part Three

This will be the final instalment of my crazy holiday in Uganda and my travel to Kisumu, Kenya.

On the Saturday, I returned to the village I had worked in last year with Atiku, who volunteered with me and introduced me to the best pork I have ever had. 688 more words

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A crazy six days in Uganda - Part Two

Once the hangover from my previous exploits had left me, I turned my attentions to my old village, Buyengo.

I spent two months living in Buyengo, about one hour north of Jinja town – the time taken can to travel there can increase significantly, depending on the weather and which taxi you get in. 1,199 more words

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Field trip to Jinja

On 10th July 2014 we went for an amazing and informative  trip to Jinja where we visited four interesting sites related to ISSB (click on the link for a mapped location): 628 more words

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First Impressions in Ugandan Classrooms

By Paula Longo

Kampala, Uganda– Our group arose earlier than usual to embark on our journey to Jinja.  We observed in two private schools before the bumpy, but beautiful ride to Little Sisters of St. 257 more words

Adventures

Today’s post is a light one about what I did this past week. I am incredibly blessed to have the opportunity to be spending my summer in Uganda and owe thanks to so many people for making it happen. 1,427 more words

Going with the flow in Jinja.

This weekend, five of us set out on our most anticipated adventure of the fellowship: rafting the Nile River in Jinja, Uganda. We arranged with one of our hosts at the Casa — he would set up a ride, lodging, and the actual rafting trip. 1,081 more words

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