Come and run the Uganda Marathon; You have to be in Uganda at the latest the 29 of May;
Fully inclusive in-country package cost for a one week stay is £350, and each extra week in Uganda is £140 full board. You can combine with gorilla trek or safaris, volunteer at our school or just enjoy a few days relaxation at Uganda Lodge,
If you can’t join us in Uganda you can also like last year please sponsor our Director Denis for his run at VirginMoneyGiving.com
Please let us know and we can arrange all the practical details; contact ann@ugandalodge:com
We still have a few places available for in-country volunteers to run in this Marathon (or just to run 20 / 10 kms)
Fully inclusive in-country package cost for a one week stay is £300, and each extra week in Uganda is £105full board. We can organise a gorilla trek or safaris and, or you can enjoy just a few days relaxation at Uganda Lodge, and meet the children at our school. Flights from UK still under £400 return.
All fundraising will go towards new facilities at our vocational training centre. If you can’t join us in Uganda please sponsor our Director Denis for his run https://mydonate.bt.com/fundraisers/denisugandamarathon For more info email firstname.lastname@example.org
Cristina February 2019
Our stay at the lodge was fantastic. We enjoyed every minute of it, and it was great value for money. The lodgings were adequate and we had great involvement with the school.
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I loved every moment of my time at Uganda Lodge. I thought the accommodation and food were excellent and everyone was very welcoming and helpful during our stay. It was a privilege to be able to be part of your community for a short time, especially working with the children. It is great to see the new building being used now too! I hope to return to Uganda Lodge at Easter and I think some of the scouts are planning a return visit next summer.
Thank you again,
I visited Uganda Lodge in June with a friend, and had the most amazing experience. The lodge is next door to the school, and our highlight was serving porridge at 6.30am most mornings for the borders. Although most volunteer do the 10am porridge. The children are truly amazing, and full of laughter and smiles. At break time, children will get the drum and practice the songs, or play football in bare feet. The sound of laughter is one I will never forget.
Everyone involved in Uganda Lodge makes you feel welcome, and the lodge and school itself looks onto amazing mountain scenery.
The time goes so fast and wish I would have been able to stay longer. Denis and Ann started the project and have achieve so much, giving the children the chance of education. We helped with buying sewing machines, and fabric for the Vocational Centre so once leaving school they can acquire a skill.
I can not wait to go back in the future and next time I want to take my children.
14 babies came in for revision. we looked at their weight, temperature, height, etc etc. i was happy to see that the majority of the babies were healthy. but i literally filled up with tears when some of the babies came in. one of them was 6 days old, her name was Kamusime Blessing, she was only 2 kg, which is extremely little, and had bruises all over her skin, i checked her medical card and her mum had already lost 3 children. it broke my heart. i find it so frustrating, in europe you will never see the option “3 or more children in family dead” to check in in the medical cards, while here, it’s a “normal” thing… it shouldn’t be normal, it really shouldn’t. 90% of the babies were using paper and plastic bags instead of dippers. so many children out there bragging about their newest iphones while other children can’t even afford menstruation pads. the world is so unfair. it makes me sick
Cristina Soto Hernandez Enviado: sábado, 9 de diciembre 13:40