Posts Tagged ‘Uganda’

Long time no see

I’ve just been too busy to write and let you know how and what I am doing. As my last post was in the beginning of September, announcing the visit of friends from my home church, I will start there with a brief report and many pictures. Visit Wiebe and Heleen Although they didn’t make […]

Newsletter No. 3, 2019

Yes, it is time again to post a newsletter. A lot has happened and I am sure you’d want to read it. You can do so here:

In Uganda

I left Adi on Wednesday August 7 to go to Koboko and the next day I had a long bustrip to Kampala on Thursday. But the reception at Matoke Inn was, as usual, warm and friendly. I stayed there for a couple of days until Sunday afternoon the AIM conference for Central Region started. It […]

Channels of Hope

A comprehensive workshop discovering how church leaders can be involved in teaching about HIV and care for those living with HIV. It is a workshop that I have followed in South Africa in 2013 when it was organised by AIDSLink. And I have developed it into a workshop of 2-3 days for DR Congo. I […]

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