Tag Archives: Uganda 2017

Special letters

Warm greetings to all of our friends at Kafuro who are just starting Term 3. Our new academic year started at Liss a fortnight ago, but this morning was the first chance for Mr Stanley to hold an assembly about … Continue reading

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Competition Winner

Congratulations to Hamish who is the winner of this year’s Uganda question competition. Hamish asked a question about the rates of asthma in Uganda and it took Mr Stanley ages to find out. The answer is that rates of asthma … Continue reading

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Uganda 2017 final blog: The age of plastic

I’ve now been home for 48 hours and had a little bit of time to reflect on this year’s trip. In many ways, it has been highly successful. The Twinning Project organised a very successful celebration of World Ranger Day, … Continue reading

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Uganda 2017 Day 16: Cold cold change

For those of you that don’t know, cold cold change is a song by one of my favourite bands, Midnight Oil. And for the first time in five years in Uganda, I felt cold. Just like the last few days, … Continue reading

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Uganda 2017 Day 15: You’ve got mail!

Today was supposed to have been an early start, but thankfully Yowasi contacted me to let me know that he had an urgent appointment and could we meet him at 10.00am at Kyambura as opposed to 8.30am. This meant that … Continue reading

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