hygiene

Loving Kids

Barry Davis, retired civil engineer, travelled to Uganda this past May as a One School volunteer because he loves kids. All kids. He travelled half way around the world, endured being trapped for 3 hours in a parked plane in…

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 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…

A note from co-founder Patty Gilbert: uniforms and sanitary kits

Patty Gilbert with Jane and new school uniforms. A note from One School co-founder Patty Gilbert, who recently returned from Uganda. Hello everyone, I just returned from Uganda and had a wonderful time. The new uniforms and sanitary kits were well…

Hygiene and Culture

Young women carrying water near the Kyamulinga School.   Another post from Bay Roberts, One School at a Time Director, who  is traveling in Uganda. Sometimes, when I am in Uganda working for One School at a Time, I stay…