Namugongo - Kira Town, Kampala Uganda

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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 2017

  An acrobat’s gait after jumping up the castle A bouncing castle has been provided to help in the performance of our Acrobatics crew. The boys have already started practice (bouncing on the castles) and probably our next shows will include a debut of the bouncing castles. An acrobat lands back onto the castle   A bouncing Castle
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On the 27th of August, we celebrated the 21st Sunday in Ordinary Time. The Holy Eucharistic Celebration was led by Rev. Fr. Abel, a Salesian Priest from Kenya with the help of three other co-celebrant Salesian Priests; Rev Fr. Elie, Rev. Fr. Felix and Rev. Fr. Denis from Bombo. In his preaching, Fr. Abel requested the faith do everything within […]
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A pair of swimming ducks Walking around, I decided to take pictures of some of the birds that we rear. Geese, ducks, Guinea fowls, doves and turkeys are some of the birds that are kept at Don Bosco CALM. A group of geese flocking together Turkeys moving along the compound
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Polishing of the floor taking on After completion of the ceiling renovation task, works have now kicked on with the floor. A national and experienced flooring company has been assigned with this huge task and in probably in three days we expect this work accomplished. Once accomplished, other renewal tasks will follow as you will see. A terrazzo floor filled […]
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Shekiuna Oglesby (Center) Mwase Fred Don Bosco CALM was blessed with two interns; Ms. Shekiuna Oglesby from a University in America and Mr. Fred Mwase from Buganda Royal Institute of Business and Technical Education Mengo. Shekiuna Oglesby has finished her practice and hopefully she will be traveling back to her home country soon. Mr. Fred’s supervision went on well yesterday […]
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Collected manure from goat wastes Our domesticated herbivores animals feed on the green plants that we produce; these animals’ wastes is then used as manure for the same plants that will again be used as feed for the same animals. The two interact and operate in that system, the ecosystem. https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Ecosystem Cow dung manure These manure is then applied to […]
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Owing to the close of the academic term, some pupils decided to end it with a photo-shot. The pupils stood out with different facial expressions as they ended the term. We wish them good holidays and safe journeys as they head to their homes.
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Pupils writing their Papers Yesterday our pupils began writing their term two final exams. Following the continued supervision of teachers, the process has not been bad so far and today happens to have been their second day examination. Tomorrow they will all be winding up with their papers and await for holidays on Saturday. We continue to pray for the […]
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Sharing of gifts with the Pupil. “There’s more Joy in giving than receiving” The lunch time of the day of Assumption saw our boys and girls express their most joy ever. I don’t know if the joy was as a result of Mary’s Assumption or the nice delicacy that was provided for lunch and breakfast? Well, we become happy when […]
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Carrot Plantations Just after the farm, a plantation of planned planted carrots is located. The carrots have proved good yields and so far the harvest is also taking on. Carrots are very good for one’s sight, so we choose to grow plants that will help us secure a healthy life. Follow the link below to read more about Carrots and […]
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