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Category: Uganda

Our Lovely Miss Joseline, Uganda – Children’s Own Made Wooden Motorcycles

Our Friend Ms Joseline shares more about her home Uganda with us. Having got tired of walking long distance in search for water and using their head to carry it home, children have thought hard and made themselves wooden motorcycles to help them carry water home. It is unfortunate that they go fetching while other children are at school. They…

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4J Here Are Some More Images of Miss Joseline And Her Students

Our Friend Miss Joseline 4J my special friend Miss Joseline loves hearing about our school and I love learning about her students and her school. I feel proud to connect with this inspiring lady and I am preparing a package to send to the school. If you have something you would like to place in the box to send to…

Our Friends at Future Generation School in Uganda

Students eating Porridge at Future Generation School Uganda Ms Joseline is our friend and inspiration. Today I was talking with Ms Joseline who was telling me how good the students are at her school. Once Mrs Joyce returns from India and China we will prepare our letters to send to the students of the wonderful learning institution. Ms Joseline we…

What has Ms Joseline and the Students of Future Generation, Uganda been up to?

Our Friends – Future Generation Primary and Nursery School, Kabale Uganda. FUTURE GENERATION FAMILY Thanks to every body who has contributed towards the well being of these needy little children in one way or the the other. They have now adapted themselves to the school environments despite the diverse backgrounds they come from. They are now one family. 100 years…

Mrs Joyce is moved to tears: Our connection with Future Generation, Uganda

Ms Joseline sends letters from the students of Future Generation In life we take so much for granted. It takes one moment to change everything you do. I have travelled to many countries around the world promoting education but the connection I’ve formed with Ms Joseline and her school Future Generation means global education can reach all children around the…

5/6J shares their thoughts and feelings about the Pygmy Communities of Uganda

The Pygmy Communities of Uganda. THE PYGMY COMMUNITY-1  by Heidie The Pygmy Community-2 by Rennae Pugmy Communities of Uganda by Ashton uganda2 By Corey Uganda Pygmys By Kayleigh PYGMY COMMUNITITES OF UGANDA By Jake M Pygmy communities of Uganda By Jack The Pygmy Community in Uganda-1 By Ben Pygmy communities of Uganda-1 By Brandon uganda By Shontae UGANDA PYGMYS-1 By Luke gana Pygmy By Natasha  

The Pygmy Communities in Uganda

Ms Joseline shares with us the Pygmy Communities in Uganda. She tells us: ‘Look at the houses which accommodate more than 8 family members each, look at the owners of the houses and think about what children born in such environment and extreme poverty go through.’ Today in writing MS Joseline has planted your seed. What do you think about children…

World Class Video ‘Water and the Global World’ by two amazing Grade 5 Girls

Tahlia and Stephanie prepared a video to help Ms Joseline to get a water pump so her students don’t have to walk miles to collect water. These two students have committed themselves to preparing a video to help share with the world their knowledge of how water is vital to the world. Ms Joseline, Tahlia and Stephanie hope you like…

FUTURE GENERATION SCHOOL CHILDREN

Warm weather in Uganda means the water dries up Ms Joseline was telling me tonight,  ‘We are having some sunshine and most of the water sources have dried up so getting water at school is a tug of war’. Today she shared some more wonderful photos of her school. Can you pick which one is our special student Simpson?

5/6J I’d like you to meet Simpson our new friend from Future Generation School in Uganda.

Simpson in his new Future Generation School Uniform See how far Simpson has come, there is now a smile on his face despite his untold story. One afternoon Simpson found Ms Joseline in her office complaining that he was very hungry. See how he was dressed and imagine if you were the one. I bought for him food,and he was…

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