|Watering Hole Ojolai|
Borehole water is in the next village a 6km round trip and is expensive for the people of Ojolai. The WaterAid Ugandan staff tell us a borehole solution for Ojolai is complex. This I do not doubt, with their resourcefulness if they could have found a way themselves they would.
|Killing germs by smoke, school latrines|
I learnt they returned to their village from refugee camps after fleeing from the Lords Resistance Army. Since that time they have reclaimed their village from the bush, planted many crops and built a school. We visited the primary school, woefully lacking in facilities but built by the proud patents to educate their children. The children sang You are Welcome, and certainly we were welcomed by these amazing people.
|Our interpreters grandmother who struggles to collect water by herself|
Tomorrow we visit a village and a school which have exactly that, can't wait to visit and meet more of the wonderful Ugandan people.