Archive for the ‘Ka Tutandike’ Category

Photo courtesy of the Farnham Herald (www.farnhamherald.com) Despite some clouds, rainstorms and the optimistic BBC forecast of strong hurricane tail winds(?!), the first ever kids festival – Kidsfest organised by kids for kids was¬† a resounding success , with several thousand visitors turning out to partake in the mayhem! The festival which was officially opened […]


Yet more Pelican Post books recently arrive at Ttula and Kasubi schools in Kampala, Uganda and the children didn’t waste any time in smiling for the cameras with their new glossy books ūüôā Thanks to Anisha for taking them and revealing a natural talent at photography! ¬†¬†¬†¬† ¬†¬†¬†¬†¬† ¬† ¬†¬†¬†


Congratulations to school teacher Madinah Kakaire,who has just won a prestigous award for her teaching skills.¬†¬† Madinah¬†teaches at one of the schools, Pelican Post supports¬†– Ttula Primary School in Uganda.¬† This is her story courtesy of John Agaba at ‘The New Vision’ Newspaper, Kampala… I was lucky to find her in one of her sessions. […]


I recently received an inspiring story from our partners in Uganda; Ka Tutandike (www. katutandike. org) regarding three of the schools in Kampala which Pelican Post is currently supporting.¬† Working with the teachers,¬†Ka Tutandike¬†recently introduced a new¬†reading¬†competition across the schools called the 20:20 challenge.¬† Children receive¬†an adhesive star against their name once they have borrowed, […]


Books educate and inspire young minds, but throughout schools in Africa, books are in critical short supply. In particular, picture books and early learning story books are unheard of in many schools. The Pelican Post is a grass roots response to addressing the issue by allowing individual donors (YOU!) to make a direct contribution to […]