Kasiisi Project Updates


Happy Holidays from the Kasiisi Project

WE SEND YOU BEST WISHES FOR HAPPY HOLIDAYS AND A HEALTHY NEW YEAR  THANK YOU FOR YOUR KIND HEARTS AND GENEROUS SPIRITS

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Kasiisi Project Music Dance and Drama Competitions

The final of the 2018 Kasiisi Project/Kibale Forest Schools’ Program Music Dance and Drama Competitions was won by one of our new schools – Rutooma Primary School – in a close run off with Kasiisi Primary School. The theme this … Continue reading

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Kasiisi Schools Celebrate Elephant Pride Day

On July 31st 2018 Kasiisi Project/Kibale Forest Schools’ ProgramWildlife Clubs celebrated Elephant Pride Day. Over 300 children from 16 forest edge schools marched with banners and bands through 9 different villages and trading centers, performing skits, poems and songs about … Continue reading

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Kasiisi Project Shortlisted for $25,000 Climate Change Prize

The Kasiisi Project Improved Cookstove Initiative has  reached the final shortlist of 10 Breakthrough Climate Solution Finalists from over 200 global entries to the Solution Search: Climate Change needs Behavior Change competition. Sponsored by RARE, two grand prizes of $25,000 will be … Continue reading

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HPV Vaccinations for Kasiisi Project Girls

Human papilloma virus (HPV) is a preventable cause of cervical cancer for which there is a vaccine. Vaccinations against HPV are of particular importance for rural girls, few of whom ever get cervical cancer screening. The vaccine is free and available … Continue reading

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New Kasiisi Project Schools, summer interns and staff training

It has been a long busy summer since our last post. We added 2 new schools bringing the total to 16 schools, serving 11,500 children                               … Continue reading

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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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