Kasiisi Project Updates


Kasiisi Project Guesthouse Website Goes Live

The Kasiisi Project Guesthouse Website has gone live. Please log in to www.kasisiguesthouse.com to see our rooms, our facilities, and testimonials  from guests. And take a look at the ways we can provide you with a deeper connection to Uganda … Continue reading

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Two 3 month Volunteers Needed

We are looking for  2 self-funded 3 month volunteers for either approximately September – December 2018  or March – May 2019. We can provide a return airfare from the US, accommodation and work related transport, telephone and internet  costs , … Continue reading

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Kasiisi Catch Up – Spring 2018

Apologies for our lapse in BLOG posts – A very busy first quarter and some software issues are our excuses. Below is a summary of what we have been up to since the start of the year. New Kasiisi Project … Continue reading

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Kasiisi Project Activities in Action – watch our new videos

Click here-Improved Cookstove Project  and here-Bee Education Project  to see 2 brief new videos highlighting conservation education programs and showing our children involved in promoting the importance  of cleaner burning cook-stoves, and bees  to the environment. Thanks to Corey Dickinson, … Continue reading

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Global Giving Matches Donations to Kasiisi Girls’ Programs

If you start a new monthly donation  here to the Kasiisi Project girl’s program on Global Giving,  your first donation will be matched. “Sanitary pads keep Ugandan girls in school” was selected as a GlobalGiving Project of the Month due … Continue reading

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Goodhart Prize Honors Girls and the Sciences

In June, two young Ugandan women from Fort Portal Schools, both raised by single mothers, were honored for being the best female students in Mathematics and Science in Kabarole District. They were the first recipients of what will become the … Continue reading

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Memorial Prize in Honor of Kasiisi Scholar

We are heartbroken to announce the death of Kyomuhendo James, Kasiisi Scholar and final year medical student. James, the son of Kibale Forest Schools Program board member , Kagaba Joshua, was smart, hardworking and truly nice. Despite increasingly poor health … Continue reading

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Kasiisi Project Safari to Uganda

AFRICAN GENESIS – APES, HUMANS AND WHERE WE COME FROM For January 2019 we have put together  a once in a lifetime trip to Uganda. Join  us on this small exclusive expedition with two pioneers of contemporary evolutionary thinking, Harvard … Continue reading

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Kasiisi Project and Broodminders – Every Hive Counts

The Kasiisi Project is the first and currently only program in Africa (that bee in the middle of the map is us!) to join Broodminders – the Citizen Science Project that seeks to monitor hive conditions all over the world. … Continue reading

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Harvard Alumni Group Build Beehives at Kasiisi

Kasiisi Project board members Elizabeth Ross and Zarin Machanda led a Harvard Alumni trip to Uganda in June. The group spent a morning with the Kasiisi Project  visiting the farm and Kasiisi Primary School and having lunch with teachers and … Continue reading

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