About UsWe are full-time non-salaried volunteers, thrilled with the potential of Uganda and working together with others--to make a difference. We've been registered in Uganda for 10 years and our main focus is establishing a fully self-sustained project for orphans in Gulu who were born to child soldiers during the war. We are developing a horticultural farm, building housing and a school for the children, and hope to bring alternative ideas for poverty eradication to the local communities in the area.
Monthly Archives: March 2011
Workshop Attendees–Kindergarten and early Primary grade teachers. Sean singing some of the lively songs in the STEPS Curriculum pack. Anisa, Mrs. Nyeko and Robin with a few of the girls at the school where the workshop was held in Gulu.
The Inspector of Schools in Gulu had seen some of the particularly good materials we have provided to the school, and asked if there could be some way these might be able to be made available for other schools in … Continue reading
Anisa with little Ochieng–enjoying drawing, even with no books, paper or pens. Sean involved in a fun game with the boys and men. Robin chatting with little Saa and Ochieng Mike and Rajan having a meeting about the next step … Continue reading