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River's mouth

‘You can’t step into the same river twice,’ they say, they taunt, they warn. It may look the same; the water may feel the same, caressing skin between toes. 249 more words

News report on Katanga and the work we do

Check out the news report below of us on National TV in Uganda. The ‘Slum Report’ describes the poverty in Katanga and the work we are doing to help combat it.

Hope For Life

Off to Uganda

In my quest to become extremely employable I have undertaken various internships/ work experience. One of these involved me interning with a charity that is based between the UK and Uganda. 455 more words


Uganda is a Safe, Calm and Hospitable Country to visit

The Government of Uganda has assured tourists and investors of security saying Uganda is safe from Bundibugyo to Manafwa, North to South and border to border.

Uganda Tourism

Towards a Greek Kabbalah: The Divine Name IAŌ on the Tetractys

We’ve come a good way in developing a cosmic framework and map for ourselves based on Pythagorean principles, as well as coming to understand the mysteries of the Greek letters in their roles as entities and functions of the creation of the cosmos.   3,178 more words


Uganda; Moving to Uganda

“And I think that’s what our world is desperately in need of – lovers, people who are building deep, genuine relationships with fellow strugglers along the way, and who actually know the faces of the people behind the issues they are concerned about.” 297 more words



Judith Heard, Judith Heard, Judith Heard. A midst all the grief and dark clouds that are surrounding mourners at Juliana’s Kanyomozi’s home after the passing of her son Keron, Ugandan socialite Judith Heard still found time and comfort to make up and take selfies at the vigil. 151 more words