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Day Six - Namungo

On our last day of out missions trip, we all went out to a rural village called Namungo. Our first stop in the village was at a building and some land that has been purchased for the women in Namungo to open a sewing business. 180 more words


Goats, Goats, Goats

I got back to Ibanda a couple of nights ago and although I miss the city it’s nice to be back with the (homestay) family. As is typical of Uganda, things do not generally go according to schedule. 487 more words


#iLoveYesu : Making a Powerful Statement.

This is the first t-shirt design from a series of upcoming religious statement t-shirt concepts that Twambale Apparel is set to release, #iLoveYesu incorporates quality print and African fabric. 52 more words


Bringing piggery to the fore: ILRI partners with private sector to train 150 smallholder pig producers in Uganda

Daniel Joloba of Enterprise Uganda facilitates a training session on group leadership and governance (photo credit: ILRI/Brian Kawuma).

Pig production is a major source of livelihood to over 1.1 million households in Uganda. 450 more words


Day Five - God Cares Schools, Bbira, & Leadership Conference

The team split off in the morning to attend both God Cares Primary School and High School. Faith, Traci, Susan, Michele, Colin, and Megan went to the Primary School for chapel. 499 more words



Oh yes like many things, this makes me uncomfortable but somebody should/can talk about it. In July 1895, After a meeting at Leeds Mitre Hotel the big Northern Clubs split from the RFU (British Union). 1,234 more words


Day Five:

… And on the fourth day we rested.
Today was one of the days I was most excited for.
First stop Kanani Village Primary School. This is the school that my friends and I fundraised to build new classrooms for. 1,077 more words