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Friday, January 22, 2016

Kisoboka Nowleen - (It is Possible Nowleen)


The Chevalier Theatre in Medford is promoting the play
Kisoboka Nowleen
written by Sandy Gannon

Saturday April 2, 2016
 Matinee  @12:00 PM
Evening @ 7:00 PM


Be transported to Uganda to witness the beauty, and joy of a strong village community bonded together as they celebrate. Kisoboka (Lugandan for It is Possible) Nowleen is a glimpse into growing up in a remote village in Uganda as experienced through the portrayal of the life of Nowleen. Stunning authentic sets, accentuated by musicians on true Ugandan drums. An authentic experience not to be missed
Tickets on sale http://chevaliertheatre.com/




Monday, December 28, 2015

Kisoboka Academy Sponsorship Program



There are 338 children attending Kisoboka Academy  115 are actively sponsored. Approximately 1/3 of the school. This enables us to pay the staff salaries  on average a they receive a little more than $100 per month.  The teachers are thankful they are paid on time every month.  This monthly salary will never lift them out of poverty.
The children are provide a daily meal of porridge.  This meal will not end malnutrition.

Imagine what could be provided for the children, teachers and school if all 338 children were sponsored. 
A balanced meal everyday
Teachers training
Books for every child
Electricity for the school
The possibilities are endless all that is needed is someone to love a child half way across the world and invest $25 a month in them, providing a future with hope of getting out of the poverty trap they were born into.


Saturday, December 26, 2015

Christmas 2015- Kisoboka!!!

Thank you to everyone that made a Christmas celebration possible in Bakka.  Hope and Paddy , Gods faithful servants worked very  hard to make sure the children and families of Bakka felt the love of Our Lord during this Christmas Season!   Kisoboka Academy had church service that was filled to overflowing.  People were sitting on the window ledges so they could hear Paddy Walakira's sermon, For Unto us a Child was born!  The Savior of all mankind!
After the service the families attended  a special meal.

I never dreamed we would raise the funds for both the field trip and the special meal!  Kisoboka- It is possible.
Matt 19:26 With man it is not possible but with God all things are possible!

Tuesday, November 24, 2015

End of Year Celebration!

All the children  that attend Kisoboka Academy will be going on the field trip!
The school year ends on December 4th with Speech Day
December 9th the Nursery- 3rd grade will be going to the Entebee zoo
December 11th the 4th grade- 7th grade will be going on a cultural tour to 3 museums in Kampala!
December 18th will be the childrens Christmas service and special meal!

This would not be possible without the very generous donations from so many people.
Thank you from the bottom of my heart for Loving the Village of Bakka One Child at a Time!


Wednesday, November 4, 2015

Kisoboka Academy - School information

Kisoboka Academy - School  information
338 students attend 
74 students dads are dead
47 students moms are dead
30 students both parents are dead
4 students parents abandoned them
Several families/students are suffering with HIV

Average education of the children's parents 4th grade

109 students attending the school are sponsored.  Goal by the end of 2016 for every child to have a sponsor.  Please consider sponsoring a child.  Only through education can they be lifted out of extreme  poverty.

Thursday, October 29, 2015

Entebbe Zoo and Cultural Centers!

We are planning 2 field trips early December.     The field trips will  bring awareness to a world outside the village.  They empower the children to dream bigger and aim higher.
3 years ago, on the field trip many students saw stairs for the first time.


Nursery students to grade 3 will go to Entebbe Zoo - cost  per child  $10.00 (180 students)

Grade 4 - Grade 7 will go to the following cultural centers.  cost per child  $10.00 (140 students)
  •   Kings palace 
  •  Kasubi tomb
  •  Uganda museum
The cost includes the buses. breakfast and lunch, entrance into the Zoo, cultural centers and the guides.

Please consider making a donation to help fund the field trip for a child, making  the trip a possibility.  KISOBOKA!

Kisoboka!! Kisoboka!! Kisoboka!!

This poem was written by one of the 7th grade students at Kisoboka Academy. It was recited to us by a group of students at the assembly.
Kisoboka!! Kisoboka!! Kisoboka!!
A community charitable organization in Bakka. Helping the poor, the needy, the disabled and the sick.
But what a mess our this planet earth?
Kisoboka faced challenges that left everyone in vein.
A challenge of corruption, water, education, medication, etc.
But now Kisoboka has achieved and Bakka is transforming.

Amongst it's aims are,
To provide quality education to measure to the national standards.
Empowering the Bakkan people to break free from the chains of poverty, also empowering the Bakkan people believe in religion that "God our father accepts us pure and faultless" "That is to say to look after orphans and widows in their distress." Biblically quoted from the book of James1:27
Kisoboka means that it is possible!
Kisoboka!! Kisoboka!! Kisoboka!!
It has done more good than harm by, working towards breaking the cycle of poverty through, supporting education, industries, community projects, job training and small business support.
Our sponsors like Mr. Todd Klipp, the president of Kisoboka and our lovely Ambassadors, you are really caring, merciful, compassionate, loving and spiritually transformed.
Who are we to receive such a blessing?
"Jesus looked at them and said, "With man this is impossible but with God. all things are possible. Matthew 19:26
Long live Kisoboka
Long live our sponsors
Mwongale