The Uganda Project 2016 – Day 7

We were all quite pumped on Saturday morning, looking forward to a run around with the Kids for Africa group. Marvin, an ex-footballer who leads this group, gives underprivileged children a focus through soccer and netball, which takes them off the streets and away from crime and drugs. Having Skyped home for well wishes and, in the case of one of our group, some sage advice (“remember Mum, you don’t need to be too competitive, they’re only kids”) we headed…

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The Uganda Project 2016 – Day 6

Day 6 was an incredibly uplifting one. After seeing the challenges facing the Kkoba Community on Day 5, including alcohol abuse, family violence and a lack of employment opportunities, it was so encouraging to see the impact the Foundation’s new community partners, The Real Uganda and Hopeline are having just down the road. The day began with a two hour drive from Kampala to Mayindo Village, picking Leslie from The Real Uganda and Tony from Hopeline along the way. Our…

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The Uganda Project 2016 – Day 3

Well, in case any of you were in any doubt, its official. The girls are more resilient than the boys. I suspect that this isn’t ‘news’ for many but the fact that Lachie and I have been the first to succumb to sickness in Uganda seems to give it more credence. Lachie’s unfortunately in a much worse state than me and didn’t join us on our road trip today. We’re visiting one of our new projects today. The Junior Landcare…

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The Uganda Project 2016 – Days 1 & 2

So, this is Africa! We’ve landed in Uganda, our home for the next two weeks. Two exciting, enriching weeks of new sounds, sights and experiences that will, I’m sure, take us all out of our comfort zones and open our eyes to opportunities beyond our normal. For me, coming on this trip feels like a rite of passage to being part of the Kain Lawyers’ family. Working in a business that cares as much about creating opportunities for its team…

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We are enriched

Kain Foundation. We’re Enriched. We’re absolutely rapt to be able to show you this video of the projects we’ve worked on in Uganda over the past five years.  A very special thank you must be made to Andy Scott and Riley Scott for the tireless love and commitment that went into designing and editing this film. Special thanks also to Tom Williamson and the team at KWP! for their dedication to making this video exceptionally powerful.    

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The Uganda Project – Day 10

Day 10 Video Diary Zdravka Stepic, Blue Sky Alternative Investments On day 10 of the Uganda Project, the team travel to Murchison National Park to experience another side of Uganda’s beauty. Zdravka shares her thoughts in the midst of elephant tracking. Click here to find out how you or your employer can get involved.

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The Uganda Project 2015 – Day 9

Day 9 Video Diary Harry, Watoto It’s Day 9 of the Uganda Project and we catch up with Watoto team leader Harry to hear about the depth of Watoto’s work supporting vulnerable children and orphans as well as the community in which they build. Harry gives us a deeper insight into what’s it like being a part of the Watoto family for the past ten years. Click here to find out how you or your employer can get involved and challenge…

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The Uganda Project – Day 8

Day 8 Video Diary Ben Corbett, LeetGeek After two full days of building a home for the teachers of Watoto, Ben gives us an insight into what it’s like to be an IT professional building a house in Uganda. Click here to find out how you or your employer can get involved and challenge traditional ways of making a change.

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The Uganda Project – Day 7

Day 7 Video Diary Nicole Wilson-Moore, Kain Commercial and Corporate Lawyers Day seven of the Uganda Project and it’s difficult to believe we’ve been here for a full week and done so much. Sunday is a day of rest for Ugandans and when in Uganda and it was a good idea to follow in their footsteps. After a cycle around Gulu, we set off to Watoto for lunch at a house mother’s home, part of the Watoto Model project. In 2003,…

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The Uganda Project – Day 6

Day 6 Video Diary Danyelle Robson, Two Hands Wines / Kain Foundation A seven hour drive and change of scenery saw us working with the construction team in Gulu on the Watoto project. In 2007, Watoto expanded its programme to northern Uganda in response to the cry of the former child soldier and greater community in this region, who bore the brunt of the civil war. In previous trips to Uganda, Kain Foundation corporate partners have assisted with building homes for teachers and…

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