Student Story: Katisi Sarah Kutosi

By REACH for Uganda | May 2, 2022

My name is KATISI SARAH KUTOSI, a second year student at the Uganda Petroleum Institute in Kigumba pursuing a diploma in Petroleum Engineering. I had a dream, a dream to shine, to bloom and sprout. I had this undying passion to glitter, to blossom, to prosper but the dream was unreachable, beyond the glorious sky…

Student Godfrey

A Third Year Medical Student Shares His Story Godfrey Natseli

By REACH for Uganda | April 25, 2022

I joined Arlington Junior School in March, 2007, P2 class. I remember the moment with particular clarity, probably because, more than most other students, it was special. It was the beginning of not just a new chapter, but an entirely new story. Surprisingly even at that age, I could relate with such complex emotions, at…

February / March Newsletter

By REACH for Uganda | April 4, 2022

Catch up with what’s going on with projects in Uganda, including a student spotlight, a visit to Arlington Junior School by the US Ambassador, construction update and meet some of our doctors.

2021 Highlights

By REACH for Uganda | March 21, 2022

We had so much to celebrate in 2021! Thank you for all of your support!

Teen Trip 2022

By REACH for Uganda | February 18, 2022

Join us for the adventure of a lifetime! June 28 -July 15th, 2022 Each year, REACH for Uganda and AAH offers a chaperoned Teen Service Trip to Uganda to give students the opportunity to visit our program and volunteer at our Schools and clinics in Uganda. This tripis only for teens (ages 15-18) and limited…

John and Joyce Wanda Daily Point of Light Award

The Daily Point of Light Awarded to REACH for Uganda

By REACH for Uganda | February 17, 2022

John and Joyce Wanda were honored to be the Daily Point of Light on February 14, 2022. The Daily Point of Light Award is presented by Points of Light each day, celebrating the power of individuals to spark change and improve the world. Founded in 1990 byt President George H.W. Bush, Points of Light is…

Students in Uganda with masks

Uganda, Aug. 2021: Students Strain Under the Pandemic

By REACH for Uganda | August 23, 2021

Greetings to all our friends and supporters in the REACH for Uganda community. It has been almost 18 months since the first cases of covid-19 were reported in Uganda. For a country that has dealt with major cases of HIV, Ebola, and other viruses, the playbook was familiar – close borders, restrict movements, enforce masking,…

Student Essays

MISSING MY SPONSOR!

By REACH for Uganda | October 12, 2020

Mary Watsemba, Grade Seven, writes about the special role her sponsor plays in her life.

Student Essays

THE GREAT WORK OF OUR TEACHERS

By REACH for Uganda | October 5, 2020

Bwayilisa Mercy, Grade 6, shares how the pandemic has inspired her to finish her education so she can find a job to help improve her community.

Student Essays

BETTER HOUSING IS THE WAY TO GO!

By REACH for Uganda | September 28, 2020

Catherine Lubuya, Grade 6, shares how Covid19 has prevented her family’s ability to access a cement floor and solar lighting.

Student Essays

MISSING MY LEADERSHIP ROLE AT SCHOOL

By REACH for Uganda | September 21, 2020

Amina Kibone, Grade Six, writes about how she is missing her leadership role at school.

Student Essays

HOME LEARNING

By REACH for Uganda | September 14, 2020

Nabila Bayiga, Grade Seven, shares how her family has helped her with home learning, and how she is looking forward to returning to school.