- A Journey of One Million Trees
- Farewell to our friend, Chris Gelken, 1955 – 2014
- One Million Trees Progress Report
- Orphans in Bukibokolo subcounty in Bududa District
- Hands of Action Uganda is awarded One Million Trees grant
- One Million Trees
- Can an Ordinary Child Survive Abuse Amidst Escalating Poverty?
- A Welcome Song from the Tubana Bukibokolo Women
- Children’s Art Project
- Please sponsor this child!
- Agriculture in East Africa
- Helping Hands send a sewing machine, books and training
- Helping Hands – Friends send food
- Famine knows no border
- Food crisis in East Africa
Author Archives: Marcia Bujold
Hands of Action Uganda, in partnership with The Pollination Project which provided funding, works with school children and teachers to plant fruit trees that provide soil stability on steep mountain slopes, food for an impoverished community and shade. Special thanks … Continue reading
By Nina Wegener of Hands of Action Uganda In the whole world there are 15 million children orphaned due to HIV/AIDS, which is similar to the total children population in Germany or United Kingdom. 12.1 million of these are African. … Continue reading
Hands of Action Uganda is pleased to announce that The Pollination Project has awarded us a grant to plant fruit trees in our community!
“The first phase of the Fruit Tree Project will take place in four local primary schools, and will offer selected students indigenous environmental knowledge and practice, while supplying food and wood for the school. The Fruit Tree Project aims to address both the food and fuel shortages in the area by providing affordable nutritional fruits for children and woodlots for every family with a child in primary school.”
The project will support planting and monitoring of 1500 trees. The plantings will help to feed children, but also will be part of the school curriculum, teaching children about sustainable agriculture, environmental protection, and how to solve local social and economic challenges. Eventually, the project will be extended to five additional schools.
Hands of Action Uganda sincerely thanks The Pollination Project for their support!
Children are a gift from God – fragile, delicate and, above all, a blessing to every African community. Failing to have a child, a family is deemed accursed. Such couples will give their all in search of a child … Continue reading
Ridealist organizes Children’s Art Project and Exhibition in Bududa District Step into a world of lush trees heavy with fruit and zebras grazing under green trees. Where men herd cows, women tend gardens and children jump rope in schoolyards. There … Continue reading
In mid-November, a tearful teenager, Dorcus Nambozo, knocked on the door of the Global Outreach Uganda /Hands of Action Uganda offices. With her was her three-month-old son. Aged just 17, Dorcus is in a desperate position. Once a promising student, … Continue reading
Hands of Action Uganda’s priority is to invest in agriculture The rapidly deteriorating climate, growing population and rising food prices pose a threat to the global food production the world over. In December 2010, the Time Magazine headline read: … Continue reading
We are grateful for these gifts from our friends Thank you, friends from around the world, who have helped us in so many ways! Here are more stories about those who have reached out to donate needed … Continue reading