There has been much activity happening at both Kafuro and Liss over the last week or so. Firstly, Yowasi informed Mr Stanley that a new classrom is being built at Kafuro (where Mr Stanley used to park his car). Apparently, the school was told that a supply of corrugated iron for roofing was being made available by the government, so building is already well underway.
Secondly, ice pop sales are going well at Liss and over £800 has now been raised towards the £1000 target. This target should be raised some time next week. Mr Stanley has arranged for the money to be sent to Uganda next week so that the solar panels will be installed by the time he visits Kafuro in July.
Thirdly, we are confident that a tag rugby tournament, the Conservation Cup, will be held at Kyambura while Mr Stanley is in Uganda. This is an idea that has been a long time in the planning since Mr Stanley visited Uganda for the first time.
Fourthly, the sunflower challenge is continuing apace. At the moment it looks like the Liss sunflowers are going to be bigger from the evidence of the photos. Class AC has the biggest plants at the moment closely followed by Classes KB and MG. Mr Stanley will be measuring the plants on the last day of term in Liss and the first day he visits Kafuro.
Lastly, the Liss weather station has arrived. We hope to mount it in the next week or so. Then we can exchange weather data with Kafuro properly.