A fingerprint makes its unique mark, leaves evidence, a personal seal, a signature of consent or approval. Fingerprints in Uganda makes its mark leaving evidence of caring by sharing in improving the lives of children in Jinja.
We introduced Kookin Bags to members of the local Mother’s Union, cooking rice which was delicious and sharing hilarious stories. Hopefully they will pass on the patterns and instructions to other branches, and save loads of time, charcoal and money.
Later we visited Watoto (Children) Living Hope – they are absolutely the best organisation in Uganda. Helping in every way possible, including re-construction to bodies and faces after the ravages of Joseph Kony. We called in on Emmanuel our sponsored fella, (you might remember he was fed on black tea for 2 weeks when his Mummy died having him) who is now four and a half, fit, fine and happy. He loved his battery car and sang a little song about monkeys up a tree.