Monthly Archives: October 2013

Student letters are headed your way!

When Flo came to visit last week she brought a big manila envelope stuffed full of letters from high school students. They arrived (electronically) in Canada today. Start watching your mailbox next week! And if you want to write back … Continue reading

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An urchin in a purple dress

 My walk to and from work takes me past a primary school filled with small energetic noisy people wearing bright purple school uniforms. Sometimes about 100 of the kids who look to be about kindergarten to grade 3 or so … Continue reading

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Tarps and cucumbers in Nakasero

It has been an eventful week in Kampala. On Monday morning I received a call from my mom that my grandma, her mom, had died. Mom had warned me the evening before that Grandma was failing, but resting peacefully. Many … Continue reading

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A couple of recent pictures from Kikule

Meanwhile back at the library things are going well. Here are a couple of pictures taken this summer at the library! The hand wash station nearly 1 year later.   Fresh drinking water for some thirsty kids in Kikule  

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Electricity has come to Kikule!

Electricity has come to Kikule! The high school, where so many of the students who come to library go to school has  power! This is great news for the students. Now, if they need to stay late at school they … Continue reading

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