In Nwoya district in northern Uganda, the Invisible Children Uganda team is working with TechnoServe to drill 8 new boreholes. In Gulu district they are drilling 4 new boreholes. That’s 12 clean water sources that will make communities healthier and safer.
This past week saw 805 women and men graduate from Invisible Children’s (IC) Functional Adult Literacy (FAL) program. The graduation came after members of IC’s Village Savings and Loan Associations successfully completed a one-year course on basic subjects of numeracy, reading and writing. Due to insecurity from the past war in northern Uganda, many members [...] Read More