June Newsletter

Welcome to the June edition of the Luwero Newsletter Two new wells drilled Following the plea for help to address the problem of drought, I am delighted to tell you that 2 new wells have been drilled. They are both 70 metres deep and are now providing an abundant...

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Progress on the new wells

Work continues on the construction of both male and female dormitory blocks for the secondary school. Work on the girl’s block is now at 1st floor level where the walls are at full height awaiting the construction of the 2nd floor slab. The boy’s dormitory block has...

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Pastors’ Conference and Bible School 2019

Report from Ernie Bayton I sincerely thank everyone for their prayerful support for and interest in my most recent visit to Luwero, Uganda. The project continues to be well run and overseen by Gabriel Kijjambu, ably supported by his wife Deborah together with a team...

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Kiltwalk 2019

A heartfelt thank you to all our supporters and sponsors from the Luwero 2019 team.  On Sunday 28th April we set off from Glasgow Green to walk the 22+ miles to Balloch.  Leaving Glasgow at 9 am, we arrived in Balloch at around 5 pm.  Feet and joints were complaining...

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Farm News

The work of the farm continues, despite the hostile conditions it is facing to grow.  Crops have been planted recently and we pray that they will grow and provide food for the Project.  The really good news is that some rain fell on Luwero recently and we hope and...

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School News

School News   Dormitory Construction Following the hiatus in construction work on the boys and girls dormitory blocks at the secondary school, I am delighted to be able to tell you that work has recommenced and is progressing, albeit slowly due to lack of water....

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April Newsletter

Welcome to the April edition of the Luwero NewsletterWork about to begin on new wells Following the situation regarding the chronic shortage of water within the Project, Gabriel and the Trustees have acted quickly to address the drought situation at Luwero....

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Marion’s Visit

Marion, a former ICC Glasgow student with Gabriel, travelled to Luwero recently to spend a fortnight visiting the project.  She has written a short report about her visit. My return to Uganda after more than 10 years was all I had hoped it would be. The opportunity to...

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Work about to begin on new wells

Following the situation regarding the chronic shortage of water within the Project, Gabriel and the Trustees have acted quickly to address the drought situation at Luwero. Quotations were received from contractors, contracts agreed and work on boring 2 new wells...

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