SOS Children’s Village

June 26, 2006 at 11:48 am 3 comments

P6220134, originally uploaded by ficubc.

It’s been a busy week here in Uganda! This past thursday some of our members travelled outside Kampala to the village of Kakiri, which is home to one of three Kinderhoff children’s villages in Uganda. They are basically model villages with housing, sports facilities, health facilities, and schools for orphans. There are approximately 160 children and 60 youth staying in the village currently. We had an excellent day hanging out with the kids and playing some football, especially exciting with World Cup fever here in Uganda! SOS is actually an important partner of our group, as the volunteer abroad program at Concordia University that many of our FICCU members lobbied to create is working in partnership with SOS in Gulu to build a new chldren’s village for orphans affected by the conflict in the North.

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3 Comments Add your own

  • 1. Lynn Berry  |  June 26, 2006 at 3:57 pm

    Thanks for the pictures! FIC has made great progress in just one month. It is wonderful to see the collaboration of so many groups.

    • 2. Damalie Tebajjukira  |  March 26, 2014 at 2:39 pm

      You guys l remember you when we were still young and you came to visit us ,gave us some goodies…all l have to say is thank you and may the good God grant you success in your entire life For any continuous connection my email is
      Thank you.

  • 3. Alexandra  |  July 8, 2006 at 12:10 pm

    Wow! What an amazing opportunity! I am counting down the days to your return and hopeful meeting in the lands of Europe! Good luck and thank you for the updates. Beyond words, Alexandra


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