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APWOYO MATEK
for a
Successful Fall Fair

One more student in northern Uganda will be saying APWOYO MATEK. Thank you to all participants for providing funding for five plus years of secondary schooling.


Moses Akantorana
An early success story!

gracesharon

mosesWhen we first started going to Uganda we met Moses. At the time he was working in a field lab in southern Uganda. Though he had graduated from high school, he was not able to finance a college education. He was interested in both tourism and in conservation.

We are happy to announce that Moses is now employed by the Max Plank Institute studying the lives and health of the mountain gorillas in the Virunga Mountains. Because he studies the gorillas on an almost daily basis, he says that the gorillas now recognize him and he also recognizes the individuals in the group.

We congratulate Moses in helping the world better understand the lives of this endangered species.

Kennithkevinharriet

 

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