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Latrine project

During his visits of the people of Ndegeya, nurse Kakande noticed that hygiene when using the toilets was very bad especially concerning the old and often vulnerable people. Most of these people…

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Waterpump project

Installing the waterpumps is carefully done, together with the local people. An M.O.U. (Memorandum Of Understanding) is drafted, a sort of contract between the property owner, the village elders….

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Watertank project

A lot of the Ugandan territory has not been cultivated which makes installing waterpumps difficult because it is either unsuitable for digging a borehole or the ground waterlevel is too deep to reach. To provide people …

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Eyecare program

Low vision can lead to econimical and social problems in the developing countries. The visually impaired would have been helped enormously by having the right glasses. But most people don’t have…

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The clinic

The circumstances under which Kakande had to work were not very good. In a very small room he kept his medicines and there he also saw and treated his patients. The path to his house was difficult to walk and some…..

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The Little Stars School

A beautiful name for a simple villageschool among the bananaplantations in Mateete, a small village thirty kilometers north of Masaka. The school is known as a good school mainly because of the…

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Building projects

One of the other basic necessities of life is having a proper roof over your head. For many people in Uganda this is not a matter of course. Often the roof over their heads is in a very bad condition, during…

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Joanne’s Library & Reading Club

Joanne’s Library consisted of nothing more than a bookcase in Apollo’s livingroom. Now it is a room in Apollo’s house and it includes a second bookcase and benches. During…

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Joanne’s Children Corner

Together with Jane and Innocent, the Joanne Foundation has started a small-scale shelter for four disabled children from Ndegeya. Three days a week …

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