Monthly Archives: March 2012

Water Water everywhere…but not here

Target number 10 of the The Millenium Development goals established by the UN is to halve the proportion of people without sustainable access to safe drinking water and basic sanitation by 2015 In some places reaching that goal is attainable. In U… Continue reading

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Trees bring new life to African countryside

Aid Africa plants trees. These trees provide shade, food, jobs, firewood and hope. A simple avacado tree costs only 15 cents and will feed a family for 80 years. We plant trees as seedlings and then our staff circulate them to villages near Gulu. … Continue reading

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Joseph Kony and Aid Africa

You have probably seen the Invisible Children video. The U.S. has sent 100 troops into Uganda to combat Joseph Kony and the Lord’s Resistance Army.Thankfully, Joseph Kony and his gang of murders and rapists have not been in Uganda in five years! J… Continue reading

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Aid Africa rebuilds Uganda after chaos left by Kony

Aid Africa is helping Ugandans rebuild their lives near Gulu. People have left camps where they fled as a result of Kony’s violence and are now back in their villages We teach local Ugandan’s to build rocket stoves that burn cleaner, increasing he… Continue reading

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