2014 Impact Report

We love letting people know how much of a difference their support makes to the lives of people in Butaleja District. That’s why we’re sharing our 2014 Impact Report with you on Facebook and twitter at the moment. We’ll also keep this blog updated with everything we share, so you can view them all in one place,

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An evening with Ivan Kaibo

an evening with Ivan Kaibo

We’re incredibly excited to let you know that Ivan, director of a little bit of HOPE (Uganda), will be visiting the UK in May this year. We are thrilled about this opportunity, and that he is willing to make his first journey out of Uganda to spend some time with us here in the UK.

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How Higenyi used a small loan to make some big changes


Our small loan schemes are run by four local churches whom a little bit of HOPE provided with training and initial funds. This year we are spending some time thinking about the structure of our small loan schemes, how they can be improved and hopefully rolled out in other churches and organisations later on in

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We’re making some changes

We’ve got some important and exciting developments to inform you of. They’re all about the next three years, what our plans are, and a few changes we’ve made to the way we categorise our projects. Phil Green, Chair of Trustees in the UK, has written a helpful document which clearly explains everything you should know

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School farms shaping futures


Last week, we had the privilege of receiving an incredibly encouraging email from Fred, our Project Coordinator and Agricultural Expert at a little bit of HOPE (Uganda). He tells the story of a student whose access to school lunches made a bigger impact on his life than we may have expected.  “What has put a

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Lives transformed by latrines.

Illustrations by Ellie Comer

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

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