Namugongo - Kira Town, Kampala Uganda

DON BOSCO - Children 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

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It was Sunday 25th August 2013 when the group of Human Help Network  came to visit Don BoscoC.A.L.M. in order to support the Centre.  Fr Richard-Rector of the Community took them qround then Salesians and social workers  met together and explained how Don BoscoC.A.L.M. functions. 
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Vision Statement Secure a bright and promising future for destitute children Uganda.   Mission Statement  Rescuing, rehabiliting and reintegrating into the society street and other vulnerable children through provision of education, basic needs and socio-cultural activities for bright future.
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 One can say that the Don Bosco – CALM acrobats group is the best youngest group in Uganda. They are very good and they are always showing improvement in the skill they display. It has reached to a point that children will move one or two steps and they somersault and this is always done unconsciously.The department has had an […]
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 There is the Youth Alive group. This is a group that is part of an organization called Youth Alive Uganda which works with young people in the field of promoting life and values among youth. At Don Bosco – CALM, unlike other groups where the club is always started with an Education for Life workshop, the group was initiated just […]
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There too is the brass band section, which was introduced in the year 2007. This section was started by the then Director, Rev. Fr. Richard Jozwiak who was the only Salesian at the centre together with Joseph Wandera, who was the trainer at the time. It started with 30 bugles and the children used to practice every morning from 6:00am […]
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Community Time table   Daily Time table  6.45 am : Meditation 7.15 am: Holy Mass 8.00 am:  Breakfast 8.30 am: Daily Responsibility 1.00 pm : Lunch 2.00 pm: Daily Responsibility 6.30 pm: Evening prayer 7.00 pm : Prayer with boys and good night talk 8.00 pm: Supper   Particular   Sunday  8.00 am : Breakfast 9.00 am: Holy Mass   […]
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SALESIANS  OF DON BOSCO  CALM 2017-2018 Fr Elie Nyandwi                Rector Fr Venuste Ntigurirwa       Vice Rector Br. Hubert Twagirayezu     Economer Br Van Tan John Baptist    Counsellor   Mobile (+256) 788936115  Rector Mobile (+256) 786455200   Economer   E-mail:nyandwielie@yahoo.fr     Director E-mail: twahubert@yahoo.fr      Economer    
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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.

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  Salesians of Don Bosco P.O.BOX. 2050 Kampala-Uganda   Fr Elie NYANDWI,  Rector Phone: (+256) 788936115 E-mail: nyandwielie@yahoo.fr                               Br. Hubert Twagirayezu   Economer E-mail: twahubert@yahoo.fr Mobile (+256) 786455200                              Account  Name:  SALESIANS OF DON BOSCO Bank:                  STANBIC  BANK UGANDA LIMITED                              CORPORATE BRANCH                              KAMPALA-UGANDA   AC. Number:      9030000060541 (USD)                             9030005801078   (Uganda Shillings)   SWIFT CODE:  SBICUGKX
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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

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