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... would be run. This is purely down to the ignorance I hold against developing countries. However, I was so surprised- I turned up on Monday to find that I had my own white coat (freshly laundered), a name badge and a person to take me to my ward! Arriving on the ward was an entirely new experience. Because of the sheer number of patients, there is a security guard who lets people in and out of the ward. Muzungus (white people/foreigner's) get preference and everyone else ...
... br> I have also spent time with the social workers in the slum, doing family followups of the sponsored children, looking for new children to start nursey in January and doing family assessments, and reviewing some of the livelihood prjects like the solar lights - a mother in community get 10 solar lights on a loan basis from hands for hope, and then charges them by the sun in the day time and then rents them out at night as most of the houses don't have electricity, ...
... high fiving, we eventually made it into the Head’s office with the rest of the kit we’d brought.
We opened up all of the bags and gave out football shirts to the staff. They were so excited it was unbelievable. They then brought in a whole class to put on the t shirts which were unused old foxford uniforms. The kids loved them. Even those who could have shared theirs with a friend they were so big!! I ...
... and much less vulnerable to potential thieves. We had a great time.
We came for the gorillas and that is exactly what we got. Uganda is a wonderfully friendly country for tourists and even though the gorilla tourism industry is well established, most of the rest of the country felt like it wasn’t really set up for foreigners, which we liked. There aren’t a ton of world-class activities that draw people to visit, aside from the ...
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