Monthly Archives: September 2007

My First ‘Outreach’ Day…

I feel like it’s been a big day. After a few hours of waiting for everyone to be ready, a team of 3 Doctor’s, a PR Coordinator and 2 of us volunteers piled into a Land Cruiser and took off … Continue reading

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Yesterday’s day trip…

I have just returned from an exciting day-long adventure over a remarkably bumpy, deeply rutted dirt road that took me, along with a group of visitors, to a district outside of Mbale. With the beautiful backdrop of the foothills and … Continue reading

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Further to my new surroundings…

I feel as though I blinked and was magically transported to a polar opposite reality from where I’ve been since my arrival here in Uganda! From the quiet, rustic, community and earth based life in the village where daily activities … Continue reading

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Happy Wishes from Mbale!

Love to you all! I am writing today from a city called Mbale, some distance east from where I have been. Yesterday I said ‘farewell till next time’ to my lovely ‘Ugandan family’ in Mukono and traveled with a small … Continue reading

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A conversation…

Recently, I was delighted to spend time in conversation with 2 single mother’s here at the village in which I am staying. We openly discussed many issues surrounding HIV/AIDS, orphan children, traditional charity organizations, some local women’s issues as well … Continue reading

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