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Hello Aimee,

Welcome to the Spring 2019 edition of The View. This time we're going to be updating you on our Christmas Appeal 'Let them Learn', telling you about the Sefi Beret Library, and also updating you on the latest at Komamboga.

An office move, a new member of staff, and a change to online donations.
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Justus is the Head teacher at St Paul's School.
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In November, a team from Scotland travelled to St Paul’s School. They had a fun, action-packed few days with the children, attending Parent’s Day, where they saw lots of singing and dancing and the children being presented with their end of year certificates!

While they were there, some of the team organised gymnastics and sports activities with the children, whilst others worked on some general maintenance around the school.


An update on our Christmas Appeal, and a thank you for your generosity.
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Thanks to a generous dontation, a total of 249 books have been purchased.
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The history of Uganda, following its independence from Britain, is a messy one. It finally emerged from years of military dictatorship and civil war in 1986 with fractured infrastructures for all to see. As if that wasn’t difficult enough, the 1980s saw the AIDS epidemic begin to take a stranglehold on the country.

It is into this context that Komamboga Children’s Home was first established. The ethos of the Home right from the beginning was to create a family atmosphere where all children would be safe, cared for and where they could develop their full potential. This is an ethos we have done our best to preserve since we became involved in 1995. Over the years there have been many happy moments and some sad moments, but the Home has stood firm in its principles and the lives of many children have been helped and guided, with many of them now having families of their own.

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In the winter edition of ‘The View’ we shared our concerns about the migration of young people from Sefi Beret in Ethiopia to the Middle East. At that time, we were waiting for the results of a survey on Human Trafficking undertaken by Retak on our behalf.

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Collaboration – the way ahead.

Sometimes we think we can go it alone in life, dealing with things that come across our path in our own way and working out our own solutions to life’s problems. However, in our more reflective moments, we become aware of the benefit of sharing thoughts and ideas with others in an attempt to get a better solution. It’s certainly a hot topic at the moment for us in the UK.

Click to read what Chris wrote about this editions theme 'collaboration'.

Thanks for reading and your ongoing support.
With love from,
Chris, Rosey, Paul, Richard, Raymond, Rose, Aimee & Beryl
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