Tag Archives: Planting Trees

Tree Distribution in Bolipii

April 20, 2018 – distributing soursop and orange trees in Bolipii Village, Gulu District, Uganda. These fruit tree seedlings are ready to plant and will produce enough fruit for family use within 3-5 years, along with extra yield that can … Continue reading

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Aid Africa Grows and Distributes Trees

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Bringing Hope to the Hopeless…..

Just a mere two years ago, these Northern Ugandans were living in constant fear and deprivation in refugee camps that the United Nations called “the most neglected humanitarian emergency in the world”. It is hard to believe that this horrible, blo… Continue reading

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Important Progress, Next Steps

Dear Friends, First thing I want to do is thank you all your interest in Aid Africa. It’s because of all of you that we can do what we do in Northern Uganda. I see practical progress in the results of our stove and tree programs. We’re really help… Continue reading

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Update from Uganda (October 2010)

The power has been off for three days and came on at about noon today (Sunday). All our electronics were depleted! I’ve recharge my phone and the computer is working on wall power and charging, too. I think everybody in the North is catching up be… Continue reading

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Oranges, Bananas and Mangoes, Oh My!

What does a dream look like? The orange tree in this picture was the start of a dream. It’s a Valencia orange tree in my yard with my daughter and her friend standing in front of it. Our guess is … Continue reading

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Peter’s Going to Uganda!

Dear Friends I am leaving for Uganda again in about two weeks. “Again?” you ask. “Why do you have to go so often?” That sounds like a question I ask myself! First, I go for myself; I enjoy it. When … Continue reading

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Update from Uganda (August 2010)

August 17, 2010 I speak to our staff in Gulu, Uganda frequently using Skype in order to keep in touch with the problems and advances. Here is a report from today’s conversation. The staff spent the day in the community … Continue reading

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Update from Uganda (July 2010)

My month with Aid Africa in Uganda has been filled with so many different emotions. As I have visited the villages around Gulu, I have been overwhelmed at the staggering need and distress of the people; and yet amazed at what we are accomplishing … Continue reading

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Going to Uganda

Dear Friends, Tomorrow, I’m heading back to Uganda. This is an important trip – both for Aid Africa’s current work and our future plans. I’ll be there for more than a month with only limited communication options. So amidst the packing, planning a… Continue reading

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