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More news from Uganda

More news from Uganda
  • More news from Uganda
  • More news from Uganda
  • More news from Uganda
  • More news from Uganda
  • More news from Uganda

As many of you know, last school year Blessed Sacrament School collected donations to be sent to St Mary's parish in Uganda.  The donations were to be used to build two water containment systems to provide a source of clean water to two schools there.  As it turns out, we raised enough funding to build three of them.  The following are three emails sent from Father Christopher Besigye to Ruth Droughton, our 7th/8th grade religion teacher, on August 24th.

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Dear Ruth,

Greetings!

I am sending you the pictures of the third water tank. The Tank is being built. These are the first 3 pictures.

I am sending more.

Thanks for being there for our children we are greatly honored.

Fr. Christopher

Dear Ruth, Greetings!

I am sending to you other pictures of the 3rd water tank at different stages being built. The water tank is built at Nshumi primary school with 356 children. Unfortunately the water tank has been built while are for holidays. As soon as they come back early September  I will take pictures with them and send them to you.

A VERY BIG THANK YOU TO YOU, THE BLESSED SACRAMENT SCHOOL. THANK YOU FOR LOVING OUR CHILDREN WHO ARE YUR BROTHERS AND SISTERS IN CHRIST.

Now the children will have enough and clean water to drink.

United in prayer

Fr. Christopher

Dear Ruth,

I pray and hope that you are doing well.

I am sending you the pictures of the 3rd finished water tank.  I am standing besides the water tank

Three schools have benefited from the money you sent for the water tanks.

1- Kyamabare primary school/elementary school

2- Nyakatooma Primary school/ elementary school

3- Nshumi primary school/elementary school

These 3 school are densely populated with children.

When the school re-opens early september, I am the headteachers will write a comprehensive acknowledgment  letter to you for the school.

Praying for you, the students, staff and your family.

Fr.Christopher