Sunday, May 04, 2008

Last Month By Picture --by Ben

We are sorry that is has been so long since we last posted. The past few weeks have flown by. Here are a couple of recent highlights.

STAFF INDUCTION

Here is a picture of me given a presentation on personality in the workplace using the Enneagram exercise


Holly and Immaculate. We reviewed procedures and policy during the day and enjoyed our evenings growing closer personally and as an organization.


Holly flying her kite on the beach of Sesse Island where we conducted the staff induction.


After session beach ball

CPA CHAIRPERSON

Angelina, CPA's Chairperson left for a six week-long advocacy trip with MCC in Canada and the US.

FINANCIAL COMPLIANCE MEETING

Christian Aid, one of our partners, brought us together for a week long capacity building workshop to improve our financial compliance to EU funding.

PSYCHOSOCIAL TRAINING

Here is one of seven groups of trainers for the second phase of the psychosocial training.

GODFREY AND TONNY'S BIRTHDAY

We had fun embarrassing Tonny and Godfrey


It turns out that we played the same games at childhood birthday parties as our Ugandan colleagues, so we thought it would be fun to reminisce.

MONITORING VISIT TO PARENT SUPPORT GROUP

We were making an assessment of a Savings and Loan Group. It's hard to visit without a dance show. So here we are watching.


Fun with a camera

STEP TOWARDS RECONCILIATION PROJECT

Holly has been busy helping the Peacebuilding Programme Officers train community mediators and develop a new curriculum for youth to reintegrate ex-combatants.

LABOR DAY PICNIC


Holly and Sylvia at Karuma Falls on the Nile


Philip was very proud of his fish

STRESS MANAGEMENT AT HOME


Here is my new demonstration plot for tomatoe plants


Jelly is always so dirty


Here is Ogiko getting headbutted by Jelly

3 comments:

Té la mà Maria - Reus said...

very good blog, congratulations
regard from Catalonia Spain
thank you

Josh said...

Bro -
Do you need to feed Jelly more? She looks pretty skinny :)
Thanks for the pics, always good to see what's up.
Josh

Andrea said...

That is the smallest cow I have ever seen. I wonder if she is from a dwarf breed. She looks very shiny and red. Haven't talked to you lately, hopefully we can catch up soon.
Drea