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TravelPod Member ReviewsCassia Lodge Kampala
A comfortable business hotel with fantastic views over Lake Victoria and Kampala.
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... If you have been thinking about sponsoring one of these adorable children please do so now! My heart was so full of joy when i got to meet and cuddle each and every one of these children. The mama's were so overjoyed to hear that their child was excepted in our daycare center program and that through sponsorship they could stay in the program until their child graduated out of Senior School. Funny what we take for granted sometimes.
So far the past couple of weeks have ...
... capitis (a fungal skin infection of the head) and about one-third were malnourished or under the expected height/weight for age. A small handful also showed that they had difficulty with their eyesight and would benefit from the input of an optometrist- such a simple thing an eye test and glasses are back in Oz that you don't get as child living in poverty in Uganda yet easily optimises their time at school. Staff and students were often missing school for malaria ...
... lots of feeding and kangaroo care afterwards and all out UNICEF teaching came into play. Although the midwives talk about kangaroo care, it really does not happen, so Alison was able to teach both the mother and the student midwife about this and put it into practice. The hand expression was a new skill too and worked really well. I will be interested to see how things have gone for that baby overnight. We were back at UMPA ...
... Uganda, and the children were quite concerned. Every time she coughed, big Ibra would sit her down and go and get her some water. Cute! Beth bought some popcorn from the shop (popcorn is widely grown in Uganda and bought as a snack, in fact there is some being grown on the land at Isaac's House, and each of the children have their own little plot, they are taught to do this by Papa Charles), and as she was sat minding her own business, she was attacked by some ...
... on). Some of the group weren’t that keen on going anyway, but Nyika said we couldn’t split the vans, and it would be all or none. No decision was made, but the indication
was that we would go, but the final decision would be made in the morning.
After all this arguing, Nyika then dropped another bombshell. Instead of staying at Entebbe, as per the itinerary, we’d be staying at Kampala for two nights! When we’d booked the trip, ...