Everyone got a chance to see what their children were up to. There were stalls demonstrating Kasiisi Project/Kibale Forest School’s Programs activities as well as tours of the school, shows of class work , watching extra curricular activities and visits to the new dormitories. The Wild Life Club displayed elephant conservation posters, and the use of local beehive fences and plants that act as barriers to crop-raiding elephants.
Boy and girl scouts showed off their activities, building fuel efficient, low emission stoves and camp shelters, and the Kasiisi Project Health Team demonstrated RUMPS (re-useable menstrual pads), tippy-taps for hand washing , dish racks for safe drying of eating utensils and storage of food, and small gardens designed for more intensive agriculture. As always the school and parents expressed their gratitude for everything that generous donors to the Kasiisi Project have done to improve their school.
Boy and Girl Scouts
Computer class and hand crafts made by Grade 3