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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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Kasiisi Project Awarded Disney Conservation Grant

We are delighted to announce that we have received another grant from the Disney Conservation Fund to extend and improve our school conservation education projects.  This year our Wildlife Clubs members are “Climate Change Champions” focusing on all aspects of … Continue reading

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London Guardian Kasiisi Post

The London Guardian, as part of their Green Schools Initiative at the Guardian Teacher Network has just posted an article on-line, on Kasiisi Primary School’s  use of human waste to generate methane for cooking. If you are interested it has … Continue reading

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Better Cook Stoves Serve Women and Children

Traditional 3 stone fires are a leading cause of health problems in developing countries. In areas where they are used, smoke particles and toxic emissions make respiratory disease the 6th leading cause of death and have been shown to affect … Continue reading

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Another Kasiisi Scholar Excels, Virtual Cultural Exchange and Photography!

Namara Godwin Another Kasiisi Project Scholar has excelled in his Grade 12 leaving exams, to become our third highest scoring scholar ever. Namara Godwin scored 18/20 in his A Levels – results that qualify him for a government scholarship to university. … Continue reading

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Kasiisi Project White House Debut

Congratulations to Alexander Emerson, a student at Brookwood School in Massachusetts, for being one of 16 finalists chosen for the first White House Student Film Festival and congratulations to our colleague Rich Lehrer, whose innovative approach to teaching science resulted … Continue reading

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Children contribute to Practical Conservation of Kibale National Park

  Take a look at http://news.mongabay.com/2014/0110-millar-children-build-fuel-efficent-stoves-uganda.html for an article on how our children at Iruhuura school are taking the conservation knowledge that they have gained through our programs into their communities and making a practical contribution to protecting Kibale National … Continue reading

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Kasiisi Project Summer Updates

The US summer is always a busy time with Kasiisi Project Programs. Below are updates on some of the projects we have been involved in in 2013. Opening of new Kasiisi Project Library The third Kasiisi Project Primary School Library was … Continue reading

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New Project Director, Pedal Power and the Role of English in Ugandan Schools

New Project Director Announced We are delighted to announce that Dr. Emily Otali has been appointed as Kasiisi Project Field Director starting in September of 2014. Emily, who is currently Field Director for the Kibale Chimpanzee Project, has been deeply … Continue reading

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Dance, Biogas and Baboons

  Harvard Junior Megan Murdock is spending this summer studying traditional Rutooro dances, and teaching Kasiisi Project students western dance. Megan, who is a dancer, choreographer, and teacher with the Harvard Radcliffe Modern Dance Company, and a dancer with the … Continue reading

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