Category 'Journal'

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 in their shoes. We decided to do just that, and set aside a day to go out to one of our communities and make the walk that they do from…

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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 of a lack of access to education in rural communities. Improving access to education will allow impoverished individuals to: Become informed about nutrition and health, so they are better able…

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My New Home

August 13, 2014 | Under Journal, Uncategorized | Posted by | No Comments

  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 is like, in a nutshell.  BAP currently operates out of a town in the North called Gulu.  I’m hesitant to call it a city, because city it is not, yet…

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