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More Chess News

For the 2018 spring Ugandan Chess National Championships our Busoga team did their very best. Nevertheless, they were unable THIS time to bring home any medals. We introduced Chess to Busoga several years after we did at Kagoma Gate, so the Busoga kids are still building strength. At this year’s tournament, they learned great lessons […]

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Better Housing for our Teachers

In a country where only 33% of children complete primary school, we can look to Kagoma Gate village for another marker of great success. In the pictures we see the first of four residential buildings that will be erected in Kagoma Gate. Each building will offer four apartments, representing a level of housing in which […]

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Good News From The Worlds Of Chess and Academia

GREAT news on two fronts! The first concerns our chess stars. Information is starting to come in from the Ugandan Chess Primary School National Championships. So far we’ve only gotten news about our Kagoma Gate team. But it is sterling! Our Kagoma Gate School finished 3rd of 11 teams!!! Check out that trophy. Plus, as […]

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Happy Teachers’ Day: Where Would We Be Without You?

“Education is the most powerful weapon which you can use to change the world.” – Nelson Mandela Happy Teacher Appreciation Day to ALL who set out to open the world to children through education, in fact through the very best education their selfless dedication can produce. Thank you & Happy Teacher Appreciation Day to ALL […]

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Horizons Are Widened

Ok some happy news. In fact two items! Story 1- Moses let me know that today marked the end of the first term for 2018. The parents and guardians of the newest of our deaf and disabled children came together with their children. Moses tells us that many expressed joy and surprise at the academic […]

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Reminder from Moses of our Progress with Structures

strong>Four years ago this was our worse building at Busoga. We have since taken it down and built the very nice and even beautiful block with three large class rooms. Erected of concrete with a slab roof, we plan to convert it into a two story structure eventually. The top story will house a computer […]

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