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August Newsletter

High School

August 2018 – Luwero Newsletter Welcome to the August edition of our newsletter.  Luwero continues to be a busy place where the work progresses under Gabriel’s leadership. School The pupils are busy preparing for their end of term exams.  Please pray for them as they study to help them achieve the best results possible. The

February 2018 Newsletter

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As we grapple with arctic conditions in the UK remember Gabriel and the team at Luwero. Little rain has fallen at Luwero since Gabriel returned just before Christmas. When speaking with Gabriel recently by telephone, at 10.00 pm local time in Uganda, he confirmed that the temperature was 35°C.

December 2017 Newsletter

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As we issued our October Newsletter news was received that the purchase of 100 acres of land for the farm had failed. The present owner of the land was unable to produce valid title deeds for the land and upon the advice of our lawyers the decision was taken not to proceed. Obviously the need

May 2017 Newsletter

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Luwero’s schools are currently on holiday for a few weeks in line with national guidelines. Current pupil numbers are slightly less than in the term before Christmas 2016. Last term 428 children attended the primary school and just over 200 enrolled in the secondary school. The reason for the drop in the school roles is

February 2017 Newsletter

The new academic year in Uganda began on Monday 6th February when primary and secondary school pupils returned to school. The results of P7 and S4 children who sat 2016 end of year exams were encouraging. 37 out of 38 P7 pupils passed their exams with 1st or 2nd grades. Similar results were obtained by

November 2016 Newsletter

The current school term ends on 6th December for the extended Christmas/New Year holidays. P7 and S4 classes have now completed their end of year exams. S6 began their exams on Monday 14th November and exams for all the remaining classes commence on Monday 21st November. Both the primary and secondary schools have had a

May 2016 Newsletter

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Gabriel and Deborah are all both well and continue to serve the people of Luwero tirelessly. Priscilla celebrated her first birthday on 17th April. Although she suffered occasionally from colds and chest infections she has made good progress and, in Deborah’s words, ‘she has started going to school 2 days per week’, as she accompanies

February 2016 Newsletter

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Life at Luwero is quieter than usual at present. School holidays have been extended by the Ugandan Government because of presidential and parliamentary elections which take place on Thursday 18th February. In addition to schools being closed many businesses close down over the election period. The close down often creates commodity and materials shortages. Consequently

December 2015 Newsletter

Gabriel Dec 2015

Welcome to new subscribers to our bi-monthly newsletter. We also extend Christmas greetings to all our supporters. Thank you for your continuing support. As 2016 approaches we wish everyone a blessed New Year. Gabriel’s 8-week 2015 UK visit has been successful. He returned home on 23rd December. During his time in the UK, which took

October 2015 Newsletter

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The Kijjambu family is well. Gabriel continues to work long and hard at the development of the Luwero project. Deborah and baby Precious Priscilla are progressing well except that Precious has experienced some breathing difficulties. She is receiving medical treatment for the condition. Luwero’s 9th annual youth camp held between 17th & 21st August attracted

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