Namugongo - Kira Town, Kampala Uganda

Don Bosco Child And Life Mission - CALM

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Namugongo - Kira Town

Kampala - Uganda

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+256 788 936 115

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Namugongo - Kira Town

Kampala Uganda

Monthly Archives: August 2015

Everyone at Don Bosco Namugongo CALM right from the youngest to the oldest has got talent, on this Wednesday the 25th, it was a day of manifesting the talents received from God, it was on the same day of talent show that the boys through the brass band, jazz band, music, dance, drama and mimes welcomed Fr. Jean Marie, the […]
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For us salesians of Don Bosco, Holidays mean a lot, it is a time of changing activities and at Don Bosco CALM many of our activities are for the benefit of our boys,as for the agricultural activities many crops have already been harvested and now it is the turn of enjoying our own sweet potatoes from our own garden. Fortunately […]
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Preparing to leave on a mission my closest warned me that the difference of cultures and characters of people in Africa may be difficult for me to accept. Others ask I not afraid to leave and that I have to be very brave when I’ve chose mission. After a few days in Namugongo, in a village in southern Uganda, the […]
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Approximately two weeks ago, we saw people demolishing the old piggery which at that moment contained no pigs, then we asked father Jean Marie, “Father what’s happening, you want to remove the piggery”, “no, I don’t want to remove it, I just want to modernize it”, he answered.  Then we were very happy that our piggery was to remain in […]
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After the Eucharistic Celebration, we all moved out for a procession led by our Brass Band to Kira Town which is 3km away from our Community. Two boys moved ahead of us holding a banner with the inscription “Bicentenary Celebrations of the Birth of Saint John Bosco”. Four boys also followed carrying a decorated portrait of Saint John Bosco which was made by Bro. Wantan John Baptist. Our band followed plus the boys and the neighbouring Christians who always pray with us. Those with cars followed us slowly from behind. The boys marched to the different tunes played by our band with lots of joy and happiness.

This prompted the by-standers to join and walk spontaneously with us and some were seen inquiring why the march? And we told them the occasion. On reaching Kira Town, business people plus the passengers in taxies were amazed and excited as well on seeing the boys march with vigor and great joy

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The Teams and players who emerged to be the best during first term holiday tournament in Volleyball and Basketball were awarded good prizes for their sports man ship and triumph in both games. The boys gathered in front of the Chapel after the Eucharistic Celebration for the long occasion. In Volleyball, Senior Six took on Senior Three in the finals. […]
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