A generous donor has given her childhood collection of pigs, made from everything from glass to porcelain, to the Kasiisi Porridge Project. They have added great charm and interest to our recent craft sales and more than half these vintage pig figurines have already found new homes.Continue Reading... No Comments.
As well as greens grown on the farm, our hens receive feed carefully mixed and measured by farmers Abel and Sedrak.Continue Reading... No Comments.
Hanne Haugen, an employee of London advertising agency Wieden and Kennedy, has generated a business and communications strategy to help the Kasiisi Project market our income generating programs, including the School Farm, and increase awareness of the work we do, both locally and internationally.Continue Reading... No Comments.
UK-based Abby Payne from AfID (Accountants for International Development) has been working this autumn with our project accountant, Amanyire James, pictured here in the project office. As a professional accounting volunteer, she has been helping James to put all our accounts onto Quickbooks.Continue Reading... No Comments.
Three of our sows have produced 26 healthy piglets between them in the last couple of weeks. The new piggery funded by Scott Bader has made this possible. A great Christmas present for our project!Continue Reading... No Comments.
Thanks to funds granted by the Peter Stebbings Memorial Trust, the building of onsite accommodation is well under way. With two spacious dormitories, a kitchen, bathroom and a veranda, there will be space for at least 8 working volunteers / student interns. This will make it much easier and more pleasant for those working temporarily […]Continue Reading... No Comments.
Our three Christmas sales in Bedfordshire and Hertfordshire, (in Buckden High St, St Mary’s Church Ashwell and Sutton Church), brought us a total of £552. Thank you to all those who supported our efforts.Continue Reading... No Comments.
Year 11 students at Cambridge International School showed great selling expertise at their lunchtime Christmas Fair on 1st Dec. Their enthusiasm and commitment were handsomely rewarded – they sold £126 worth of Ugandan crafts, and we are very grateful to them and the buyers.Continue Reading... No Comments.