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Juggling eggs

Juggling Eggs It is an age since I posted here, again apologies. Mainly because I forget the password. Thanks to everyone who contributes to the betterment of our beloveds in Uganda, they are SO SO GRATEFUL, but more so in that they are happier with their lives. Our girls at Mumaso have been isolating for Read more…

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With love from everyone of the Fingerprints in Uganda family

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We are so very sorry not to have posted in an age, it seems that Face Book has more followers and therefore I do tend to put news there. However, there has been masses going on in the lives of our beloveds in Uganda and I am happy to say that Project Extension to Mumaso Read more…

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On the summit Emmanuel Church Peakers ran, climbed, walked, droving  500 miles to prove they could do it whilst  raising  over £250 towards the extension of Mumaso House. THANK YOU SO MUCH

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Our very dear Ogobi VINCENT is now a trained and qualified Automotive Mechanic.

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Recently, the Clifton Rotary Club invited Fingerprints to lunch and give a presentation,sitting on Top Table next to President Dennis Vittle. What a great couple of hours with 40 Gentlemen,their full attention + scampi and chips. Jonathan Bolgar writes in their Newsletter, “substantially brightening, resplendent in her Ugandan costume Susannah took us on a whistle-stop Read more…

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Kate and her family all worked to set up a Christmas bookstall at Emmanuel Westbury this (and will do again next) Sunday afternoon. Great initiative. Thank you. The children all bravely gave a book review up the front of Church, Kate did the selling helped by Isabel on finance, with Howard on packing and lifting. Read more…

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LOIS sells her Library

Lois, in Year 3 of St John’s Primary, Bristol had a SALE of all the books she no longer read. She raised nearly £50 which feeds 2,500 tummies with hot nutritious porridge at Kyabirwa Primary, Jinja, Uganda. What a star.

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Paul Kiiza Paul caught up with me on Main Street, Jinja. He is well and happy with his business and little family. Jenny his wife is deaf too, but their baby can hear.

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