All of us at the Kasiisi Porridge Project wish our children in Uganda and all those who work so tirelessly for the Project, as well as our supporters and friends throughout the world, a peaceful, fruitful and happy Christmas and New Year. You all have our deep thanks for everything you do. (From Kate, Director)Continue Reading... No Comments.
In November, the Kigarama girls won the Kasiisi Project Netball cup. A real feather in their cap! Very well done to them, and also to Yvonne Pemberton, our teacher volunteer from Bedfordshire, UK, who coached them so successfully earlier this year.Continue Reading... No Comments.
Kasiisi Project contestants, parents, coaches and the Kibale Forest Schools Program support team in Kampala. Thanks to Barbara Stevens, Kasiisi Project Literacy Director, everyone went to see Queen of Katwe while in Kampala for the Ugandan National Spelling Bee Competition – a great new Disney movie, the true story of a girl from the Kampala slums who became […]Continue Reading... No Comments.
Congratulations to the students, and thanks to the Peace Corps for sponsoring this event, our Peace Corps Volunteers for coaching their teams and to volunteer Jim O’Keefe for helping out with the Kasiisi team. Very well done, students who entered the competition!!! It is a great achievement just to participate in this event. We are […]Continue Reading... No Comments.
Daphine competed, with her team in Kampala. Kasiiisi Primary School competing against 19 other schools nationwide, reached the final 8 in the Uganda National Spelling Bee competition and travelled to Kampala with their parents and Project personnel, for an amazing experience.Continue Reading... No Comments.
Regional Spelling Bee competitions were held in Fort Portal in October. 20 school teams competed of which 13 were Kasiisi Project/Kibale Forest Schools Program schools, entering for the first time. Peace Corps volunteer Jimmy o’Keefe helps coach the students.Continue Reading... No Comments.