Day 13 – 6 July 2018

This morning we did a few home visits at the community center after we ate breakfast. While we were eating our sweet friend Evelyn came with another mama so we could do her home visit. Evenlyn is the picture of joy, she is never without a smile on her face, and is...

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Day 12 – 5 July 2018

Day 12- 5 July 2018 Another day of home visits for us, we are almost done we only have about 24 more to do tomorrow! We’ve done 226! We did a few home visits in the morning that were close by in the Kalungami area of the village. This is the poorest area in the...

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Day 11 – 4 July 2018

It was another day of home visits for us. The day started out pretty long, we drove to more homes that were further away. After about ten homes, we went back to the community center for some breakfast. Since Eunice, our social worker, wasn’t feeling well and everyone...

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Day 10 – 3 July 2018

Yet another day of home visits for us! We did the home visits that were further away though, which meant we had the car instead of walking for miles. It sounds easier, but we only did about 25 houses and the day felt so much longer than the rest.  My absolute favorite...

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Day 9 – 2 July 2018

Today was another day of walking for miles and holding really cute babies - home visits. Luckily, today was pretty easy. NBS took us on all downhill slopes and there was a light breeze all day. I guess God thought we needed a bit of a break. At the end of we day, we...

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Day 8 – 1 July 2018

A few years ago, we learned an important lesson, that we needed to take days “off” while we are here, we can’t work 7 days a week, its not good for us or the people we serve. So today was our day off and more importantly its my brother David’s birthday so another...

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Day 6 – 29 June 2018

Today was our first day in Musima! I was so excited to see my other family and they greeted me the same as always, the warmest of welcomes. I could hear them chanting before I even saw them. As soon as our car stopped, they surrounded us, cheering, chanting and...

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Day 5 – 28 June 2018

Not too much to report for today, because today was the day to head to Jinja to visit our other program. We had a few errands to run in Kampala before we headed out. The drive to Jinja is about 80km and takes about 2 hours, on a good day! The drive seems long but is...

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Day 4 – 27 June 2018

Today was our last day of the feeding program and last day in the Acholi Quarter until the team flies in next week. Our cooks Agnes and Doreen were so happy with all the new things we bought at the market yesterday. We all grabbed a pitcher and began helping fill the...

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Day 3 – 26 June 2018

Today was another normal day of the feeding program, 500 kiddos came in at 10:30 with hungry bellies and smiling faces. Yet again, they were hamming it up for the camera while eating their porridge. I also got to see a friend of ours Jennifer, and her sweet baby...

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