Monthly Archives: November 2012

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    Nutrition project by Harvard students

    Posted on November 18, 2012 by admin in News, Uganda.

    Harvard student Bonnie Lei (second from left) has taken up the cause of our Ugandan children’s nutrition.  Among the 8 members of her team is Dominic Akandwanaho, Kasiisi pupil turned Harvard scholar. In the picture we have Josh, Bonnie, Clara, Bernadette, Rachel, Kenneth, Dominic.  We look forward to hearing your progress, Bonnie and team! Here is what […]

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  • Christmas Sales – new stock for great presents!

    Posted on November 10, 2012 by admin in News, UK Activities.

      We have 3 stalls coming up in time for Christmas, offering a wide selection of beautiful new crafts from Uganda, as well as other treats.  Here is your choice: 1.  Saturday 1st December in St Mary’s Church, Ashwell, Herts, SG7 5QQ.  the Christmas Fair is from 9.00 am – 1.00 pm.  See http://www.stmarysashwell.org.uk/contacts/whereweare.htm for details […]

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  • Biogas flames

    New way to cook our porridge!

    Posted on November 7, 2012 by admin in News, Uganda.

    The Kasiisi Project biodigester is now producing methane! These flames will soon be used to cook the porridge. Below is a picture of the biodigester before it was finished, waiting for the wall made of water bottles to be constructed. The biodigester was built by Engineer Vianney and his team, and students from West Point Military […]

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  • Pat is back in the UK!

    Posted on November 3, 2012 by admin in News, Pat's Walk 2012.

    Well, Liz and I are back in the UK! We spent a few days in Santiago resting and eating and meeting old friends as they came into the city. We also attended mass at the Cathedral and saw the terrifying thurible experience. The Youtube clip below shows it in action. It is seen here from […]

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    New way to transport our eggs…

    Posted on November 2, 2012 by admin in News, Uganda.

    Carpenter Paul has produced this superb made-to-measure box to take our eggs from the School Farm to Fort Portal for selling.  Driver Juce can now take up to 16 trays at a time on the back of his boda.

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