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Community members in Choke (cho-kay) say that lack of transportation is their #1 problem. The remoteness of the community means it is either too far…

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What would you do with an extra 2 hours in your day?

Recently our Gulu staff decided that in order for us to better understand our communities, it would be a good idea to spend a day…

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Improvements in primary education (between the ages of 6 and 13) address poverty and food insecurity in the long term by targeting the root problems…

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  Now that I’ve been in Uganda for the better part of a month, I think I’m finally learning enough to explain what this place…

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The following was written by BAP volunteer Megan Doyle.  Megan and her sister, Erin Doyle, visited us in Gulu this July. After three plane rides…

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In mid December, a group of seven individuals took it upon themselves to cycle across Uganda from one border of the country in the NE…

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“With it’s mouth wide open and  teeth looking well sharpened, only being devoured could follow” Every member of the team was told they were crazy…

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Collective Investing: A Discussion En Route to Gulu

We had planned to spend the first few days visiting BAP headquarters and operations in Gulu. The team was excited to see their contributions at…

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Following our 85 mile cruise into Mbarara, it was a tough start the next morning.   I would have thought I’d have been used to the…

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Masaka to Mbarara

This post and the “Uganda B2B” blog series are from cyclists who rode across Uganda in December 2013.  On Day 4, the B2B team tackled…

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