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Now He’s Walking!

The video says it all: There are no schools like the two The Giving Circle schools, where NO child is left behind. When we first found Byamukama Tommy, he told Moses he wanted one simple thing “I want to go to school like other children do.” Now, he certainly does that. Plus, with “a little […]

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Good News From Our Afghan Project

We are so happy to relay news of great progress on The Giving Circle Afghanistan sponsored addition of three classrooms to our great friend Attal Nang’s Wardak High School. All we do is possible only because of  YOU, all of you who join in this circle of giving, this ever expanding circle of compassion!!  And […]

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Our Outreach Efforts Outside Kagoma Gate Identified a Man In Need

This summer we visited a tiny village outside Kagoma Gate in the Mutai to do some outreach. While delivering clothing and more, we met this humble, sweet man.  He meekly asked for help in a respectful and soft voice.  As you can see, he is in need of surgery.  Once we receive direction from Moses, […]

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The Forgotten Now Flourish

  In just a few years we have taken the forgotten and flawed flowers, and offered them the same opportunity the “healthy beautiful plants” were given. Today our entire garden at Busoga is filled with the beauty of every child. They are speaking, playing, and learning together. Watch the video below. I dare you not […]

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Report From Our Schools in Kagoma Gate and Busoga

As our Kagoma Gate and Busoga students prepare for their national exams, one of our lead teachers, Peter Kutosi, reports they are now training lower classes. This includes teaching spelling through games. The games are most enjoyable and motivate to our Children. The teachers are expecting great improvement. Play is education, whether on the playground […]

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Kagoma and Busoga Junior Update

Kiyaga Samuel, Nampala Mildred, and Tushemerirwe Esther (three Som chess academy instructors) made several trips to Eastern Uganda during July, 2018 to facilitate the Chess Sessions in Kagoma Gate Primary School in Jinja. On average, eighty children have attended the chess trainings, which were conducted on three levels. Those who knew how to play were […]

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