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Uphill Nutrition Project

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In the middle of 2018, a young pupil at Uphill fell and broke his leg, a childhood accident. While he was being treated for…

Needles and Stitches

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Do you remember learning how to knit? Knit one, purl one, drop several and invent a few… As an avid knitter since a child,…

Meeting Needs’ Latrine

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As we all know, you can never have too many toilets in a school!  Thanks to a generous grant from the charity Meeting Needs,…

Soap and Hand Washing

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Did you know that only 0.05% of Ugandan rural school children have access to hand washing facilities? This means that over 99 % of…

Accidents will happen

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Wherever there are children with high spirits and the joy of rising to the challenge, occasional accidents will happen. In this young boy’s case,…

Clean Water for Uphill

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Clean water is essential for good health, everywhere in the world, but this can be difficult to achieve at times. When we first became…

Uphill on the road

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When you think of school transport you probably think of a white minibus, or one of those yellow American school buses, and Uphill Junior…

Low Tech, High Fun

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Sometimes it’s the simple things that bring the greatest rewards. As there is no electrical power at Uphill (yet) and it was the rainy…

Administration Block: Almost There

Power for Education Power for Education

During our recent trustee visit to Uganda we were delighted to see progress with the new administration block build. The builders hope to have…

Congratulations Mr & Mrs Director!

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On Sunday 25 March 2018 Uphill  Director Muhimbise Elius married his lovely bride Tushabe Shalot in St Peter’s Church, Iruhuura. Their gorgeous daughter Sandra…