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Archive for June, 2011

A video of the great work done by the Ssubi Foundation in Uganda.

Monday, June 27th, 2011

Created by-
Wes Staub of Inspire Studio
Phillip Ndugga of the Ssubi Foundation

Dusman Meets with teachers and parents of Ayila

Monday, June 27th, 2011

Dusman has just returned from a visit at Ayila Primary School where be met with school administration, parents and teachers to discuss our up coming work this summer. The Ssubi Foundation plans to build 2-3 classrooms and a small office at the school over July and August. Everyone at Ayila is on board and excited for work to begin. Philip arrived in Uganda today and plans to head up north in the next few days.

Students studying outside at Ayila

Students studying outside at Ayila

Younger students gather to hear Dusman (Director of Operations, The Ssubi Foundation) talk about this summers construction plans

Younger students gather to hear Dusman (Director of Operations, The Ssubi Foundation) talk about this summers construction plans

Dusman and school administration tour the existing structures

Parents on the tour

Discussions on the best location of new school classrooms

Thank you Big Rock Brewery and Calgary

Wednesday, June 8th, 2011

The 3rd Annual Bootyfest hosted at Big Rock Brewery was a great success. The Foundation would like to thank Empire Collection for bringing their entire denim bar, Ginger Laurier, Pure Cycle and Electra Bikes, Inspire Studios and food vendors Spolumbo’s, Pappa Chocolate, World Wide Cheese, Fiasco Gelato and Community Natural Foods. The entertainment was fantastic with performances by Andrea Wettstine and Frankie Joe Rukwondo, dancing by Dena and Mark and some intersting modelling brought to you by Empire Collection. We would also like to thank our corproate sponsors; Allan Markin Petroleum, DIRTT Environmental Solutions (did you see the living walls behind the silent auction), Burnet, Duckworth and Palmer, Original Joes, ATB Financial and Trilogy Energy. And a special thank you to all the volunteers who helped out at the event and all of you who came out to support The Ssubi Foundation.