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... with them on their project and will be supporting them as plans progress. The purpose of the gathering today was to share the details of their vision with us, as they have progressed in the past year and have formalized their vision into the beginnings of a business plan.
Friday, we drove to the site where they will develop a vocational (agricultural) school and model farm, a working farm (already in place), and a backpackers' campsite (partially ...
... skills that will equip them for the future. Meeting boys in their early 20s who used to be on the street but now support themselves and are outstanding men, is immensely rewarding.
Unfortunately a night Iain recently spent in the Discipleship house with some of the older boys resulted in a rather one-sided battle with the local bed bugs. Apparently the bugs rather enjoy the Mzungu (White man's) blood.
Andrew has been ...
So we've talked a lot about all of our bug related illnesses, but quite frankly, I was here to help others who have to live amongst these bugs and their complications every day. We are the lucky Muzungos that survive gastro-intestinal complaints and can access medical services and medication easily and cheaply. My time in a Uganda was to look into the need and feasibility of a school medical clinic on the School for Life Katuuso Primary and Vocational site, something ...
... one of Uganda's national anthems in the native language of Luganda. It was so sincere, really impressive. Tears welled up in my eyes as I listened to their youthful voices and studied their innocent faces. I was in my native, ancient land with a future generation of teachers, my favorite people!! My final words to the group, through stifled tears, were "don't be a good teacher, be an excellent one,.."
... finished after 2-years in construction we were the first visitors. There were enough rooms that Katy got her own room, as did James, so Carol and I had a room together. Kamwenge is a fertile valley with rolling hills, red dirt, and lush vegetation. Our first look at the people we would serve and work with would be tomorrow at Mass, which was going to be a daylong celebration. - ...