Larch and Kingfishers Classes

Yowasi arrives from Kafuro Primary, Uganda!

After a long wait, we were finally able to welcome Yowasi to our class in Liss! We were very excited to meet him.

Yowasi showed us some photographs of his school, Kafuro Primary. He told us about his school and the children there. He showed us photographs of the crocodiles, lions, leopards, elephants, ostrich, crane, and even the climbing lions that roam around the countryside. Yowasi showed us photographs of the children collecting water from the lake and carrying up to the school. This is essential during the dry season. He showed us photographs of crops that the people grow in their gardens, such as coffee, cotton, avocado, and aubergine.

After his presentation, Yowasi told us a story about a rabbit who wanted to marry the King’s daughter  but first, the rabbit had to pass a test in order to win the daughter’s hand in marriage.

We are very pleased to see Yowasi finally here and are looking forward to working with him over the next two weeks.

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1 Comment »

  1. Jacky Blackmore Said,

    March 4, 2013@ 6:17 pm      Reply

    From your photographs you all look very interested in what Yowasi is telling you. Carrying water up from a lake sounds like very hard work, especially in the heat! Would any of the children in HG like to have to carry their water instaed of running it from a tap?


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