Mission Tracks – a new beginning

Front page of newsletter

Imagine a world where we live in the shelter of one another, a world where we share who we are and not just what we have. VMM’s new CEO, John Denny writes in VMM’s Newsletter about the organisation’s new strategic plan and how VMM’s values and behaviours are fundamental to…

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OBAAT helps 200 more children go to school

Group of school children

“Kyakagunga Primary is a community school 47km along Fort Portal – Kamwenge road near the edge of Kibale National Park, Kamwenge District, Western Uganda. The land for the school was donated by Kyakagunga Catholic Church, but the school is open to everyone, regardless of religion. It is in a very…

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Short-term volunteer projects offer variety

Volunteer with children

VMM’s short term programme is launching this year programmes beginning in Uganda and Malawi. Current project leaders have been busy organising projects with overseas partners to begin as soon as November. Additional projects will begin in early 2016. The new initiative will allow volunteers of all ages to work directly alongside…

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Progress at teachers college in Uganda

Sally and Keith in Uganda

A Blog from volunteers Sally and Keith in Uganda (Sally and Keith are tutors at Canon Apolo Teachers College in Ft Portal) The wet season is now in full force with the usual pattern of sun in the morning then about 2pm the heavens open for a few hours or…

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