Mwima shares her story of gratitude, after a little bit of HOPE (Uganda) helped to build her first latrine. “Life before we had a latrine was very difficult. My children, husband and myself used to go to the bush; that was the only kind of ‘toilet’ that we had. I would have to stealthily dig
Our latest edition of a little bit of news shares an exciting update on our carpentry apprenticeship scheme. We hear from Moses and Michael, who explain how the project is helping to change their lives for the better. We have a great update on Busolwe Library, and we share our Christmas campaign with you, with
The borehole in the village of Sagenda in Butaleja District had been broken for ten years before a little bit of HOPE were able to help the community fix it, thanks to the generosity of our supporters in the UK. Isaac, Project Coordinator at a little bit of HOPE (Uganda) met with the community members
Fred is the wonderful Agricultural Expert at a little bit of HOPE (Uganda). He is 27 years old, was born in Butaleja District and is brother to seven siblings. Having attended Gulu University in Northern Uganda, Fred holds a BSc degree in Agriculture and has also received training from VSLA (Village Savings and Loans Associations).
Fred, Agricultural Expert for a little bit of HOPE (Uganda), tells the story of one pupil whose life has been radically impacted by the presence of a school farm at her school. Gloria is 14 years old and she is in Class 6 atMugulu Integrated Primary School. She walks 2 kilometres to school every morning. Previously
Josephine is Office Administrator and Project Coordinator for a little bit of HOPE (Uganda). She’s 28 years old, married to Peter and mother to their 10 month old son, Prosper. Born in Kampala, Josephine studied a bachelors degree in Sports Science at Makerere University. (She still wonders how a Sports Scientist can be an Administrator!) Here