I have spent a week here in Uganda, and I'm sad. Sad because I realized as of yesterday I have less than two months left here.
The tickets have been purchased, the room has been booked, the schedule (loosely) orchestrated, and all of the clothes are packed. Uganda, here I come.
At the beginning of my fourth week on the farm, Josiah told me that the key to success is consistency.
It's incredible how the operations of the Suubi, Lubbe and Buloba farms are so connected, all with the goal of supporting vulnerable women and children.
Nancy Drew would have been proud of me last week. And to be honest, I now have a lot more respect for the fictitious teenage detective.
Small grains breeding has been an integral part of the Noble Research Institute work since the early 1950s.