Since October 2014 the Kasiisi Project has maintained or adapted existing programs and begun new ones. Our academic scores continued to improve and we now have 5 Peace Corps Volunteers working in our schools supporting health, literacy and agricultural development and outreach. Our second Princeton in Africa volunteer began a 12-month stint with us in August and we have had help from short-term volunteers in accounting and health education. 4 Kasiisi Scholars are working in our office and on our farms earning the money they need towards further education. Our Wildlife Clubs continue to grow and improve and our health education programs have become a increasingly integral part of the school curriculum. We have provided staff for the Kibale National Park Mobile Health Clinic and will be funding its operating costs for 2015-2016. Our scholars continue to enter the work force with the qualifications they need to get jobs and teachers are upgrading their qualifications with funding provided by the Kasiisi Project.