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A Hundred Little Blows to Break the Stone

Water flows to Gamauli! For the parents and concerned villagers in Gamauli, tackling the problems of Shree Krishna Primary School is like coming face to face with a boulder.

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A Star Is Born

A football sensation! Maimuna Gaye tells the story of an unexpected gift.

Community elders uphold culture & traditions

Community elders uphold culture & traditions

Microloan Project - Great News

After much time and work, we have raised enough funds to start the micro-loan project!

Arrow Web Hospital-Keeping Kenya Polio Free

April 25-29th, Arrow Web Hospital successfully offered polio vaccines to 470 children. The hospital was supplied with the vaccines by the Kenyan Government as part of it's Emergency Polio Vaccination Campaign.

Water - The Key to Survival

Most people never stop to think about the importance of clean water, because for those who have it in abundance it is just another plentiful natural resource. Water is necessary for the survival of most living things. In fact, dehydration--the lack of water--will kill an organism faster than starvation--the lack of food.

A Star Is Born

For the average child born in a developed country, Christmas, Easter and their birthday bring many opportunities to garner myriad of toys from friends, family and acquaintances alike. Most of these toys do not hold the child's attention for long, or maybe they are abandoned for another favorite" toy, or eventually they are passed on as donations to the thrift store or the less fortunate when a new "fancier" toy is acquired.

A Reason to Smile – A Success Story From Nakyerongosa, Uganda

What a project can achieve if all parties work together, the representative and beneficiaries!

Monica visits Arrow Web Hospital

On Saturday, Bramuel and the staff at Arrow Web Hospital welcomed Monica Smith from the United States of America. Bramuel provided her with a tour and introduced her to the hospital staff.


Butikiro village in Kiyuni parish of Kiboga district in Uganda lies a long way from the main roads and tourist routes. The nearest major trading centre is far away and until recently the district capital had just one telephone linking it to the outside world. Now, however, a telephone mast belonging to Uganda's biggest mobile phone company stands on the top of a nearby mountain. Life in Kiboga is still very traditional.

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