NEWS - 2017

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November 2017 - Life in Nkuringo Video



November 2017 - The water pipe and pump installation - more news.



November 2017 - Parents of the children supported by Singing Gorilla Projects attend a seminar on the role of parents in a child's education  - more news.



November 2017 - The Dream Challenges 2017 visits the Singing Gorilla Projects sites - more news.



October 2017 - The school at Mulore receives the Singing Gorilla Projects survey team for the first time. A water tank will be installed in November. https://youtu.be/k0HahAB57mU


October 2017 - The classroom at Suma is now complete and ready to enrol the children. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=jvRJRC08WO0&list=PLW-gIDx5raffibRmqguiVP1axd6KN5cOB&index=2


October 2017 - Water tank installations in Rubuguri https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=fhXNjYcY9IU&index=3&list=PLW-gIDx5rafdUIQaoxHvbB4plFKqc4_YK

 


October 2017 - Singing Gorilla Projects trustee, Karen Read, raising money for Singing Gorilla Projects with a group of intrepid cyclists by cycling the Dalmatian coast in Croatia. Support Karen here.


October 2017 - A date for your diary.
IndigoFest again will be supporting Singing Gorilla Projects by donating proceeds from the performance. The concert will take place on Friday 19th January 2019 at the Capitol Theatre in Horsham. Hosted by comedian Tim Vine, we are expecting another sell out night. A new version of Pathway will be performed, a song that bought together the Singing Gorilla Music School with schools in the south of England - here is Pathway in 2015 https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=vhvm1-rr88M&list=PLW-gIDx5rafc7DwsZ8CX8CgXY_5vEUDWz.

Tickets are available from http://www.thecapitolhorsham.com/Search.aspx?Search=indigofest


October 2017 - Teaching at the Ntungamo School in Nkuringo with some young volunteers Emma Read and James Read https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=6uTeX-WZRvs.


 October 2017 - The October Newsletter.



 September 2017 - The Volcano House, update.

The Volcano House is now complete and ready for SGP to move in.


September 2017 - The School at Mulore.

The kids are kitted out with new sports shirts courtesy of the Crondall (UK) Triathlon..


Thanks to the sponsors who have supported the project.

September 2017 - The School at Suma.

The classroom is now built and ready to take the children for the start of term. A lightening arrestor has also been installed as this region suffers from frequent lightning strikes. The next project we are working on will be to install a new latrine block for the school.


July 2017 - The Volcano House.

June 2017 - The Nkuringo Green Hill Hospital Board Meeting.

May 2017 - The May trip and project review.

 

April 2017 - Well done to Julie Thompson who runs the 2017 London Marathon for Singing Gorilla Projects and raises over £800.



April 2017 - The Nkuringo Green Hill Health Unit in Nkuringo receives it's operating licence.



April 2017 - The water pipe project for the Nkuringo Green Hill Health Clinic


March 2017 - The Suma school construction has now started in earnest - have a look at the progress that is being made - click here
Our goal is to raise this $8,000 (£6,500) before March 31, so that construction can begin.

Kevin and Dawn Smith of Chicago have pledged a 100% MATCH FOR EVERY CONTRIBUTION, up to a total of $4,000 (£3,250). This match is DOLLAR-for-DOLLAR (POUND-for-POUND). With this matching, your contribution has twice the impact! So let's dig deep, and see what we can do for the kids at Suma, Uganda! $4,000 from you will result in $8,000 raised and enough to build the classrooms and latrines!

- Help us meet the target at our JustGiving page

 


 March 2017 - The Water Pipeline


 February 2017 - The February Trip


 February 2017 - Open for business. The Nkuringo Green Hill Health Clinic has seen over 300 patients in the first four weeks of operations.

 


February 2017 - Our Clinical Officer, Isaac, his story.


 January, February and March 2017 - Kevin and Dawn Smith Charitable Fund – The Suma Project

Our goal is to raise this $8,000 (£6,500) before March 31, so that construction can begin.

Kevin and Dawn Smith of Chicago have pledged a 100% MATCH FOR EVERY CONTRIBUTION, up to a total of $4,000 (£3,250). This match is DOLLAR-for-DOLLAR (POUND-for-POUND). With this matching, your contribution has twice the impact! So let's dig deep, and see what we can do for the kids at Suma, Uganda! $4,000 from you will result in $8,000 raised and enough to build the classrooms and latrines!


 February 2017 - The February 2017 visit, three more water tanks, water filters, building a new class room for the primary school in Suma and a check up on the Nkuringo Green Hill Health Clinic.

The class room at Suma in need of repair.

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