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Teddie Impresses!

January 3rd, 2015

We recently visited Teddie Primary School in Amuru District Northern, Uganda. This school is special to Silverado Oil Tools as Jordan and Hollie helped us built it:) It was tough getting there as the regular road is out. But we made it and were thrilled to see the clean conditions at the school and efforts of the teaching staff. They are keen for a few more classrooms in the future. Oh and we passed along the donated Saucony shoes to PE teachers.

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A visit with the RRLWG!

January 2nd, 2015

Philip, Dusman and John recently attended a training session with the Rwot Rabanga Lakica Womens Group (RRLWG) in Gulu, Northern Uganda. Each group they train now receives 3 training sessions and an evaluation/assessment meeting at the end. The RRLWG has a rather lengthy waiting list of groups requesting the training sessions. Everyone wants to know the secrets that have made RRLWG so successful. As always Philipo says this was one of his most favorite days so far in Uganda as the group is simply inspiring. Check it out Boardwalk you were there in spirit:)

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Thanks Village Honda and Boardwalk!

December 29th, 2014

Work continues at St. Stephens School over the holidays. Stay tuned as we will continue to post photos of the development. Special thanks to key supporters who make this work possible.

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A visit to church!

December 28th, 2014

SCH_9639Philip and members of his family attend church over the holidays. The Ssubi Foundation is in a partnership with St. Stephens church to renovate and open St. Stephens Primary School. The school committee and The Ssubi Foundation introduced the partnership and new school to the congregation.

St. Stephens Primary School is under renovation!

December 22nd, 2014

Philip and Dusman met with the engineer this morning at the site of St. Stephens Primary School in Kampala, Uganda. The school was built in 2007 by The Ssubi Foundation and is in need of some updating. Work has already started and will include new floors, solar power, paint and a little TLC for the school latrines.SUBI_8551

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Introducing the St. Stephens Primary School Committee

December 21st, 2014

SUB_8008Philip and Dusman met with the new school committee for St. Stephens Primary School in Kampala. The new school will be established in place of Lilly Kindergarten and Primary School after a few renovations by The Ssubi Foundation. Those of you that know Philip will not be surprised that an engineer has already visited the site and his crew arrives tomorrow. The school committee is busy hiring a new head teacher.

Playground Use Continues as Kids in Ug Play for Knowledge

December 19th, 2014

Kids up to their regular shenanigans on the playgrounds Ssubi installed in 2013! Thanks to The Mary A. Tidlund Charitable Foundation and the Emmanuel Foundation for making this happen, it continues to be a huge draw and helps support play to prepare children for their lessons and be able to learn in northern Uganda. 
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A New Logo for a New Beginning: St. Stephens

December 18th, 2014

Thanks to @carlaklassen for designing the logo for the new St. Stephens Day Care and Primary School! It received resounding support from the School Committee in Uganda :) Ssubi_School_Crest_v03

Wondering what we are up to in 2015?

December 17th, 2014

Philip just left for Uganda today to visit his family and help with the official hand over of the Lilly Primary School to St. Stephens Day Care and Primary School. You can learn more about what we are up to in 2015 by visit the looking ahead section of our website here.

Ugly Christmas sweaters keep giving!

December 12th, 2014

A special thanks to Village Honda who continually comes up with creative ways to support The Ssubi Foundation. They just raised $467 on ugly Christmas sweater day! You can see some of the beauties on the Village Honda facebook site :)