'a noble journey' Category
The first day of managing a farm for Watoto is not nearly as a scary the second time around. Like before, I was hoping and wishing for a simple, steady week of management, but of course this is...
When I first began my time here in Uganda, I expected to be following and working alongside the managers at the various Watoto Sustainability Projects to expand my knowledge. I have been learning...
In Uganda, no plans you make are certain. I have learned this lesson repeatedly in the past two weeks. People are late. Traffic slows operations. Products don't always arrive on time. Repairs don't...
During the weekend leading up to my week of management, I prayed hard that the week might be easy. Apparently that's not what was in the plan, and honestly I am OK with it.
My first day at the Watoto Suubi Sustainability project was a Monday, and what a Monday it was.
After getting the fantastic news that I was the new Noble-Watoto Master of International Agriculture Program fellow, I immediately began trying to make plans for my two months of work in Kampala, Uganda.
It will be exceedingly difficult to leave this place, a place that feels so familiar to me now.
Building the "village" of RG has not been easy; there have been moments of uncertainty but never a lack of faith in the purpose and mission of this place.