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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Swimming pool
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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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... a kitchen, solar panels and batteries to power the administrative office, and a water pump and tank to pull water from the Nile for drinking and irrigation, to name a few. At this stage, the funding is in the range of $30-$40,000 to get them through the first 16 months, with an expansion phase to follow that would require considerably more.
We will continue to work on grant proposals, which we hope will be a bit more attainable now that ...
... saw with Spasmus nutans, a disorder affecting infants and young children that involves head bobbing and rapid uncontrolled eye movements and usually resolves spontaneously in a few years. Several patients with sickle cell disease were referred to the clinic after having multiple strokes (in sickle cell disease the red blood cells change shape and tend to stick together and clog blood vessels, preventing blood flow and oxygen delivery to the brain, causing stroke). Families ...
... is looking forward to graduating in December with a certificate to enable her to be a preschool teacher. We are so very proud of her - learning has not come easy to her, but she pushed on and has succeeded, in spite of the odds. Our visit on Friday took us to the home of her father. Unfortunately, her stepmother passed away suddenly from an illness just two weeks ago. We learned much about her family and how much education means to her father, who was not ...
... ideal in the Ugandan health system and I was extremely nervous as to what the outcome may be. The barely functioning public hospital was not the place for her as I had a gut feeling that the 'cheapest and easiest' option would be amputation of the forearm and the private system would quite literally be more than a life time of money for her family. So I rang Uncle Dave, as he is quite affectionally known by the Katuuso kids, back in Australia for guidance. ...
... sizes are plentiful; and passing on the left and right seems common. We saw two incidents where commercial trucks were stuck in holes, one of them small in diameter but deep like a sink-hole, but otherwise didn't see any accidents--amazing considering the congestion. After crossing the equator (north to south) we finished our drive and again arrived at night. Kamwenge is where ...