When we were planning the trip, we looked into renting a car in Entebbe to get back and forth from our hotel to the school.
I was called many names this week.
The teachers’ work ethic is just as disciplined as the students.
About 60-80 girls did not receive the AFRIpad kits because we ran out.
Students have metal pencil boxes with their supplies.
I wanted to spend my last day just observing each classroom.
After our road trip, I presented the uniforms and other sports equipment to the girls netball team and the boys soccer team.
We made a visit out to the orphanage where my friend Deborah now works.
The capital city of Uganda is about an hour drive from Entebbe.
About 6 years ago, My students worked hard to raise $1600 to rebuild the restroom at the Primary School in Uganda.
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