Latest News

  • Lwankuba farm have produced and packaged their first coffee. What an achievement.

  • Nabukenya Primary School nursery classrooms are built and will be in use for the start of the term at the end of January.
    The girls’ dormitory at Nabukenya Primary School is now complete

  • Legal Aid Programme – Children’s Rights

    About five participants from each of the following schools in Mityana, Mityana SS, Mityana Modern Secondary School, Pride SS, Maranatha Vocational, Mityana Town SS, St. Elizabeth Girls Sch & Trinity College, were chosen to attend a 2 day workshop on child abuse issues. These are the leaders of the child rights clubs in schools and we are now going to train their club patrons/teachers.

    A programme is being developed where they can participate in debating competitions on issues related to child abuse and later towards end of the year we hope to have an Annual district debating competition. 

  • We send our congratulations to Eunice and Jose on their recent engagement. They met in UK, whilst on placement working for HHP.

  • Congratulations go our project coordinator Geoffrey and Brendah Kinaalwa on their recent marriage

  • We would like to congratulate Lulugala clinic for winning first prize in the Cleanest Clinic. They were given these storage shelves as prize.

  • New building work at Nabukenya Primary School are progressing well. The new buildings include a nursery block, dormitories and a kitchen.

    We are looking for donations towards equipping the nursery classroom and providing triple bunk beds £95 each for the dormitory.
  • A playground has been built at Trio Primary school using recycled tyres. Thanks goes to East African Playgrounds who built it for us from our donations.

  • During our recent visit we painted the women's cell at Mityana Prison to give the children there something to look at.

  • We would be very grateful if you could let us have any old playing cards, game boards, snakes and ladders etc., that you have going spare, for us to donate to prisons in Uganda. The men have nothing to do all day and live in completely empty cells with no blankets, bedding or anything to alleviate the conditions. If there isn't an adequate perimeter fence they are often locked up in these conditions for 24 hours a day

    To have a few games to play in each prison would be a great help towards alleviating the boredom and the harsh conditions. Please use the Contact page to get intouch if you can help.

  • We are delighted at the progress which has been made to updating some of the clinics in the Diocese. Please read Health and Water projects

  • Lulagala Clinic has a new roof! The guttering and water tank will be installed soon.

  • We are delighted to let you know that 98% of our sponsored children and children at Nabukenya Primary school, passed their Primary Leaving Exams at the end of 2012. This enables them to continue their education into secondary school. Well done to you and your teachers.

  • In February 2012 a new drinking water tank was provided at Mityana Prison with gutters to allow rain water to be collected from their new building, as the bottom had come off their previous water tank, and their supply of tapped water had become very intermittent.