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The Amazing Youth of ROWAN: James

Another fun Friday post featuring portraits of the amazing men, women & children of ROWAN. We are enjoying taking a look back across the years to see how far we’ve come. Some of those featured have encountered difficulties, but that makes their smiles all the more divine.
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Post Author: Kelsey

Uganda/Rwanda Tension on the Rise

Post Author: Brad Young

Robina’s Beads

It’s no secret that we absolutely love beading here at ROWAN. Not only does the project provide members important business skills, but also allows for individual artistic expression. The past couple of weeks we have been sharing more about the folks that make these lovely beads. Each one of them has (sometimes a sad) story to tell. Today meet Robina, she is from the village of Mawanga.
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Post Author: Kelsey

The Amazing Kids of ROWAN: Isiko

Welcome to flashback Wednesday, featuring portraits of the amazing men, women & children of ROWAN. We adore going through old photos to see just how incredibly far we’ve come. Some of those featured have encountered rough times, but that makes their smiles all the more divine.
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Post Author: Kelsey

Amazzi – Water Is Life

When I first visited Mawanga in 2004, I discovered the importance of water and gained a huge appreciation for the luxury of the kitchen faucet that provided my family with clean drinking water whenever I need it back home in Canada.  So many families would have to walk miles to get to their well where they would collect their water and then carry it back home so they could use it for all their daily needs.   (more…)

Post Author: Kris Mbabazi

Rebecca’s Beads

It’s no secret that we absolutely adore beads here at ROWAN. Not only does the project teach members important business skills, but also allows for individual artistic expression. The past couple of weeks we have been sharing more about the folks that make these lovely beads. Each one of them has (sometimes a sad) story to tell. Today meet Rebecca, she is from the village of Mawanga.
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Post Author: Kelsey

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