Monthly Archives: December 2011

Water is water..and a need all over the world…and Aid Africa helps provide clean water in Uganda…take a minute to read the story below..and go to www.aidafrica.net.

http://www.usatoday.com/news/religion/story/2011-12-20/clean-water-matt-damon… Continue reading

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Goodwill to All

Well, this isn’t exactly a Christmas time greeting. Do you know where your clothing donations to Goodwill Industries wind up? The stores receive many times more goods than they can sell. Most of our used clothing is baled and sent to the ports of … Continue reading

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It’s Christmastime everywhere, including Uganda.

People in the rural villages have little to give to their friends and family, but they share what they have. Our field representative, Freda, was interviewing a very poor woman with five children to find out how she and her family were doing. Fred… Continue reading

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Here, Drink this!

We all need water – clean water. This woman has walked to the local spring to fill her jerry can. In her village of Cet Kana, she may have walked a half hour or more to get here. In other communities it may take a lot longer. You can see the water… Continue reading

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Village Scene

There are so many things to talk about in this photograph. The bicycle is a sign of wealth. Few people in the hinterlands can afford one. The huts are typical homes for everyone living in rural Uganda, and even for many families inside the cities…. Continue reading

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George is with a young boy who has a parasitic disease called bilharzia, also known as schistosomiasis, that occurs in many children throughout Africa and other parts of the world. They are found in contaminated water – streams and ponds where c… Continue reading

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Cooking Inovation we should be Thankful For….. Bloomberg article by Jon Alter

A Cooking Innovation We Should Be Thankful For: Jonathan Alter The consequences of cooking may be the least-known major health problem in the world. According to the World Health Organization, almost 2 million people a year — mostly women and chi… Continue reading

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