May 2, 2016 Jim Wilhite
Today I helped the three ladies who cook for Busoga Junior School. They begin at 7:30am splitting fire wood with an axe and getting eight 20 liter containers of water from the well about fifteen yards from the kitchen. I let them d0 these jobs. We mixed the porridge and water, six containers of water. […]Continue reading
TGCA Sustainable Rabbit Program!
Bunnies for Busoga Improved school meal nutrition * sustainable * education * student empowerment * fun Poor nutrition causes nearly half (45%) of deaths in children under five, that’s 3.1 million children per year. A major issue we face in Uganda is poor nutrition and hunger. We have feeding programs at both our Kagoma Gate and […]Continue reading
April 29, 2016 Jim Wilhite
Today I was with the P2 class we worked on unscrambling sentences. The kiddo’s enjoy doing this and as they finished I checked their work and passed out stickers. I am glad that O’Chen the head teacher lets me do what I want in the class room. I read them one of my granddaughter’s books […]Continue reading
April 28, 2016 Jim Wilhite
Today Terry Hoffman, Therese O’Neal and Sara Gorss from AOET visited the Deaf class at Busoga Junior School. Sara left to lead another day mission after break time – 10:30. I was with the P2 class that would be 2nd grade in the US. These kiddo’s are so cute they pay attention, they are eager […]Continue reading
A special day!
A VERY special day at our Busoga school today!! We now have chess programs at both our Giving Circle Schools. A special thanks to our friends and partners helping to make chess a reality at the schools, Marisa van der Merwe of MiniChess Marisa Vd Merwe Githinji Hinga, The Kasparov Foundation, our Ugandan -based leadership team lead by Moses Wambi, and […]Continue reading