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.
Dr Tim of Emmanuel@Bristol suggestedthat we might collect funds for Christmas clothes (pronounced “clothies” in Uganda) for the children in The House.
Annet, she of the huge smile, loudest laugh and speediest treadle machine, on the pavement of Jinja has happily agreed to make skirts for the girls and trousers for Paul Kiiza (pictured here with his teacher ) The cost evens out to £7.50 a skirt and we are a third of the way there. Thank you very much Dr. Tim for this grand idea.
Alongside folk are gathering art materials for gifts, which the Junior Church members will meet for “Its a Wrap”giving their time and skills on a Sunday afternoon later in November.