Makerere University Guest House
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... 3 students from each district would be accepted, but there is still significant geographical inequalities for student enrollment.
Historically, there was also a large gender disparity between boys and girls completing secondary education and pursing higher education degrees. The local women were expected to do all the agricultural work, harvesting, chopping wood, cooking, cleaning, and look after the children. Anecdotally, the men rode boda bodas, sold ...
... served food "you will eat it, you will like it, and you will say Thank You"! To have lunch with your sponsor child's family you pay money to purchase the food and they prepare it before we arrive.Rachel also brought Moses a few gifts and then games and a few gifts for all the children in the home to share. Because there were so many of us I had lunch in the ...
... built. I think Madison only walked 1/2 a Km before the children took turns carrying her the rest of the way. So the girls have been wanting to have a boda boda ride (moterbike taxi) since we arrived in Uganda, so we agreed to all go on one while in Kitgum. We were going to do it Ugandan style and all jump on one boda but I wasn't game enough...lol. Rob even convinced the driver to let him have a spin.
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