In November Kate was presented with a cheque for £347 by the young children of Dunton Sunday Club. They worked hard at fundraising for us over the year and we are very, very grateful!Continue Reading... No Comments.
The Benefice of Dunton, Eyeworth and Wrestlingworth proposal for the 2018 Biggleswade Deanery Project has been accepted by the Deanery Synod. This means that many churches in Bedfordshire will be raising money for a solar-powered shower block on the proposed campsite on the Kasiisi School Farm. This will enable visiting trainee agriculturalists for example to stay […]Continue Reading... No Comments.
Once more the children of Wrestlingworth Lower School in Bedfordshire, UK, raised over £44 for us in their Harvest Service. That’s lots of porridge for the children we support. Wonderful.Continue Reading... No Comments.
We are heartbroken to announce the death of Kyomuhendo James, Kasiisi Scholar and final year medical student. James, the son of Kibale Forest Schools Program board member, Kagaba Joshua, was smart, hardworking and truly nice. Despite increasingly poor health in recent years, he managed to keep up with his class at medical school and was […]Continue Reading... No Comments.
In mid-October, Farm Manager Ezra Tembo gave a presentation about pigs and bees to the FACE Project. The FACE Project, Forests Absorbing Carbon Dioxide Emissions, is starting a new initiative where they are providing pigs and beehives to community members, and have asked to collaborate with our farm for continued training sessions. This training will […]Continue Reading... No Comments.