Tag Archives: Uganda

Clean Water Saves Lives!

Aid Africa at work! Eighty percent of communicable diseases are water born. If we can give a community water that’s clean where the pigs and goats don’t pee and poo in it, we can cut worms and deadly diseases like … Continue reading

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Aid Africa Repairs Broken Borehole

We visited the village of Otege Oguru outside Gulu, Uganda to inspect a well Aid Africa repaired. It serves about 110 families plus a school of about 500 local students – a total of about 800 people. They won’t have … Continue reading

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Clean Water Saves Lives

For more information about Aid Africa’s water projects, visit http://www.aidafrica.net/water/ To learn about how Aid Africa drills its wells, watch this short video: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=WxMNwVBWL4s

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Aid Africa Saves Lives With Efficient Stoves

To learn more about Aid Africa’s stoves, visit http://www.aidafrica.net/rocket_stoves/ Be sure to watch our short video about stoves here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=uDtKomPHobI

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Aid Africa Grows and Distributes Trees

  For more information about trees, visit aidafrica.net/reforestation

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We’re making progress. Thanks for Helping!

Thanks to all our supporters for helping Aid Africa better the lives of very poor people in Northern Uganda. This year we started a new program of distributing de-worming pills in the rural communities of Northern Uganda. Our staff travels … Continue reading

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Hope and Progress

A firsthand account from Aid Africa supporter, Irene Keller. Three years ago, when I went with Aid Africa to Northern Uganda, I observed an interview with a husband, wife and 5 children. They had moved back to their homeland after having spent 22 … Continue reading

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