Monthly Archives: August 2009

BOOM!

The story that impacts me most starts with BOOM! With that loud report, everyone around us, about 100 adults and children alike, dropped flat to the ground. But we muzungu (first world people) just stood there. It didn’t occur to us that we were i… Continue reading

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Ken with a Ugandan woman

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Well drilling in Uganda:

As you have heard, Peter and the AidAfrica clan repaired a bore hole in Owoo camp. What you didn’t hear was that the next day they repaired another one, and then another one. This last one was fixed for the lack of a bolt. The price of a one dolla… Continue reading

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Irene with children in Uganda

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A visit to Owoo

In July 2009 we went again to Monroc camp, now trading center. The people have returned to their villages from this camp and are glad on one level to be there because it is home and they are no longer being threatened by the rebels. However, they … Continue reading

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