Category Archives: uganda

Helping Faith Orphanage and Primary School in Bwera, Uganda

In August (2019), we installed a swing set at Faith Orphanage and Primary School in Bwera, Uganda.  We also delivered 2 hand-washing stations. This work was coordinated by Chrispus Mbusa who lives in nearby Kayrumba.  He is the founder of … Continue reading

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African Students Enjoying Inflatables

SeeeMe, a Utah-based humanitarian organization, supports an elementary school (Queen of Peace) in Mbale, Uganda.  As part the school’s end-of-year activities, we rented inflatables for the students to enjoy.

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Grouping Climbing Devices on a Playground (Think Jungle)

While watching the children enjoying a playground in Uganda, I noticed that the students were crossing from one climbing device to another.  The school’s headmistress said that was an activity they enjoyed. On a recent trip to pick up my … Continue reading

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Playground Climbers Made with Used Tires

On a recent trip to Uganda (eastern Africa), we checked out two climbers made from used tires.  Both installations were in playgrounds with equipment by East African Playgrounds. The first climber is made of tires attached to a swing set … Continue reading

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Outdoor Musical Instruments for Africa, and the World

We are expanding the scope of our playgrounds.  One enhancement is the inclusion of hand washing stations.  Another is the inclusion of outdoor musical instruments. We first got interested in musical instruments when I became aware of a Durango, Colorado, … Continue reading

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Ebola Now Threatens Uganda

Eastern Congo is currently experiencing the 2nd worse Ebola outbreak in history.  Over 1,500 have died.  Fighting the epidemic is being hindered by lawless conditions in the area.  International health workers have been hesitant to work there because of unsafe … Continue reading

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Uganda Treats Refugees with Respect, So Why Can’t We?

According to Haydee Diaz, who works with Catholic Relief Services, Uganda has been successful in handling large numbers of refugees from the Congo (DRC) and South Sudan.  In an op-ed piece for the Washington Post, she bemoans the way the … Continue reading

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