Namugongo - Kira Town, Kampala Uganda
DON BOSCO - Children And Life Mission - CALM
Namugongo - Kira Town
Kampala - Uganda
The farm at Don Bosco CALM can be proud of its cattle and birds that are reared here. Some of the animals in the farm are cows, bulls, goats, pigs whilst poultry has hens (layers and broilers), ducks, geese and turkeys. Apart from this, quite a number of activities take place on the farm to ensure that we have healthy cattle and poultry. Keeping the farm clean and in order is done every morning by a group of ten boys-in notations every week.
On 26th June 2013, students of Majorine College Form had an excursion trip a field work at Kasenyi fish landing site in Entebbe.
We left Majorine college around 11:30am and arrived at a Kisenyi fish landing site 1:10pm below are some of the events that took place during the day. First and foremost we were given a security officer a lady on arrival at the site she addressed us and w took us through the rules and regulations which we were to follow. After this, we
This festival took place at Youth Sharing Centre – Kampala on 15th June 2013. Eight schools participated in the festival and all were Schools except Don Bosco – CALM. Items on a competitive basis were poems, skits and fine art piece from each school. All this had to be done on the basis of the anthem “Dare to be different (change begins with me).” We also had interludes during the performance like mimes, cultural dances and back ground music. We were somehow late to reach the sharing centre, we left at 9:00am without
Br Robert Dias had his 90th birthday on 7th of June 2013 the Feast of Sacred Heart of Jesus. It was a working day so it was post–poned to Saturday the 8th of June which was the Feast day of the Immaculate Heart of Mary. How blessed that day was! Guests arrived from Rwanda and Burundi: FR CAMIEL SWERTVAGHER Provincial of the AGL residing in Rwanda,FR CELESTIN PIERRE NGOBOKA Vice provincial of the AGL residing in Rwanda, FR REMY NSENGIYUMVA Rector and Parish Priest of Rukago in Burundi
From Kamuli all confreres were present on that day; FR Jean Paul Ndayikenguste Rector of Kamuli community, FR Denis Habamunngu , BR John Njuguna
In 2011 I joined Kamuli Vocational Training Centre, a school which empower the youth, old and disabled with skills, social values and how to relate with one another. This school has a lot of courses like plumbing, agriculture, electrical installation among others.