Adventures in growing food in the city

July 16, 2017 aspire

Have you been out in the garden this weekend? So have we! With your support we’ve now kicked off five ‘Awamu gardening clubs’  including three in schools (two Primary and one Secondary).

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Today in parliament

June 27, 2017 News

Today five of our children were amongst a group who went to parliament to present their petition on ending violence against children. 

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Saturday morning gardening club, Bwaise

June 17, 2017 aspire

The Bwaise Saturday morning gardening club is go!

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Community food gardens are go!

June 15, 2017 aspire

Our community food gardens are going to help over 600 children in the slums of Kampala fight hunger, learn, save their own money and run their own businesses. This is the start of something big!

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Big up our volunteers!

June 5, 2017 News

#volunteersweek is a great excuse for us to thank each and every one of you again.

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Menstrual Hygiene Day

May 28, 2017 News

You can make sure a girl like Fiona never has to miss a day of school again. 

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Top marks!

May 12, 2017 News

After years of missing school, Nassiwa achieves the best grade in her class!

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What a load of RUBBISH

May 5, 2017 News

If you are interested in understanding a bit more about where the women and children we work with live, have a read of this article written by George Cole. George recently came out to spend some time helping the team in Bwaise to look at what potential there is in rubbish – yes RUBBISH!

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First line up for Together 2017 announced

May 1, 2017 Events

Our friends at Together HQ have been working day and night to seek out extra special surprises and inviting familiar favourites that we know you love.

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Growing young leaders

April 20, 2017 aspire

Our community food gardens project will not only be a source of food for hundreds of children in the slums of Kampala. Children will also learn how to run their own enterprises and start their own saving circles from the profit they make selling the excess vegetable.

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