The journey to our school farm went well and the piglets seem happy in their new home. The new piggery looks part of the landscape already, and inside… all 6 new piglets have settled happily, enjoying their first meal in their new surroundings. We hope they will all become Mums in due course!Continue Reading... No Comments.
The children prepared and held a fullscale debate last week on the advantages and disadvaantages of using wood from Kibale National Forest for cooking. Forest conservation is a central issue here, as is the need for fuel for cooking. These pupils are learning about the dangers of deforestation and the possibilities offered by energy-efficient, clean […]Continue Reading... No Comments.
Amy Hanna, our Project Field Manager, at Kyanyawara Primary School, at a session on clean stoves, using less wood to produce more energy for home cooking.Continue Reading... No Comments.
Eucalyptus offcuts are used to build the piggery. Thanks to our Pounds for Piglets Appeal, the first piglets are expected to arrive on Monday 28th May – ahead of schedule!Continue Reading... No Comments.
Clearing has happened. The space will be used for the construction of a new piggery representing a new direction for Kasiisi School Farm.Continue Reading... No Comments.
They’re coming in all different colours, thick and fast!Continue Reading... No Comments.
Here’s the first brave one to try out a new nestboxContinue Reading... No Comments.
Our carpenters have been working hard on smart new nestboxes for the hens – for all those eggs to come…Continue Reading... 1 Comment.
Kasiisi School Farm’s first EGGS! Laid a few days ago, they’re an exciting step on the road to self-sufficiency. THANK YOU to everyone who bought a chicken at Christmas. It was worth it! PS Now we have a POUNDS FOR PIGLETS appeal! Do you like texting? For less than the cost of a cup of […]Continue Reading... No Comments.
A piggery is being built on Kasiisi School Farm. We will need piglets! Can you spare £2.00 or more to help us populate the piggery and reach our target of £500? To donate just text PIGS25 £2 to 70070. Thank you! Or Weibale Muno! (for those who speak Rutooro!)Continue Reading... No Comments.
These fantastic students have adopted The Kasiisi Porridge Project as their charity of the year. Yesterday, they heard more about the project from our Director, Kate, and told her of their continuing plans to raise funds. Thank you Form 3S!Continue Reading... No Comments.
Biggleswade Rotary Club has made not one, not two, not three, but FOUR donations now to the Kasiisi Porridge Project. This last donation was made this month, and was very gratefully received. It will go a long way towards buying piglets for our new farm. See our current PIGLET APPEAL.Continue Reading... No Comments.