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My parents, husband and I went on a safari at Murchison Falls National Park.
When the goat farm supervisor takes a few days of vacation, Emily, the Noble-Watoto Scholar, steps in.
It's with bittersweet sentiments that I must finally say, "I'm heading home."
I've been accumulating a list of things that have been eye opening to me here in Uganda.
My mom has always said that she and my dad are "travelers, not tourists." I always chuckled at that comment because they had just returned from their eighth cruise or toured around England.
It's been a week of hard work fixing up Watoto's poultry farm, making it one of the most modern in the country.
Working with Australian agriculturalists to expand the irrigation system on Watoto's vegetable farm.
Local connections and marketplace encourage Watoto's vegetable farm toward a new direction.
Here at the goat farm, there are about 120 goats. The majority of those are milking and producing goats, as it should be.
I was fortunate enough to visit the northern part of Uganda this past week, specifically Gulu and the outskirts of Amuru. It was a long (six hours), bumpy and physically exhausting car ride.