Africa

Are Ugandans So Different from Americans?- by Logan Abbott, One School board member and 9th grader, Fairview High School, Boulder, CO

I recently received a letter from my Ugandan pen-pal, Godfrey. My family is sponsoring his Secondary School, which is Ugandan High School (grades 8-12). His life dream is to become a doctor, something he has been working at his entire…

A real life education at a rural Ugandan health clinic, by Katie Bishop, One School at a Time volunteer

Katie Bishop accompanied her Dad, One School at a Time board member Joe Bishop, on a visit to the 5 One School at a Time Ugandan partner schools this February 2016. While there, she volunteered to work at the local…

The Most “Troublesome” Woman in the School- By Hussein Tadesse, One School at a Time Program Manager

At a recent parent’s meeting at one of our Ugandan partner schools, Grace, the Head Teacher, let me know in uncertain terms how she felt about one of the parents in attendance, “There is the most troublesome woman in this…

The Power of the Network

      People are social. We want to be connected and we want to share and learn from each other. Have you ever been watching a beautiful sunset and run to find someone to share it with?  And when…