A day in the life of… Josephine.

Josephine is Office Administrator and Project Coordinator for a little bit of HOPE (Uganda). She’s 28 years old, married to Peter and mother to their 10 month old son, Prosper. Born in Kampala, Josephine studied a bachelors degree in Sports Science at Makerere University. (She still wonders how a Sports Scientist can be an Administrator!) Here

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A story of hope for Mary, Margaret and Mbulasala.

This week we would like to share some stories with you about three women who live in the village of Bugosa in Butaleja District, Uganda: Mbulasala, Margaret and Mary.  Their involvement in a widows’ savings group enabled by a little bit of HOPE (Uganda) has given them the opportunity to transform their lives for the

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Farming bees and educating a community.

This week we hear about a rapidly developing business and education centre in Butaleja District… Mageyo is a bee farmer. It’s a job that, like here in the UK, not many people feel compelled to take on. I for one am certain I’ll never pursue a career in keeping bees. However, Mageyo knows all there

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A day in the life of… Isaac

a little bit of HOPE strives to be an organisation that is known for its transparent and honest approach in everything we do. One of the ways we believe we can do this best is by telling you about what goes on at a little bit of HOPE (Uganda). So we’re going to do just

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a little garden party is a great success

On Saturday 9th August, the first little garden party was hosted, raising just over £300 for a little bit of HOPE. The garden party was held by Sue and John Burton, who, instead of opting for a traditional afternoon tea, decided to have a Pimms and pavlova party, inviting friends and neighbours and getting the whole

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a little bit of news | July 2014

a little bit of news

As ever, lots has been going on in Uganda! In this edition of a little bit of news read Izzy’s reflection on her two weeks with the a little bit of HOPE team in Uganda and find out some of the highlights from the past couple of months. Thank you for your support. Here’s the link: a little

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