Archive for the ‘Schools in Uganda’ Category

This summer, the Pelican Post team were invited to feature at one of the UK’s leading music festivals – Camp Bestival – famous for its focus on family fun and laid back atmosphere.  This year’s festival was no exception with music from the likes of Blondie, Groove Armada, The Wonderstuff, Mark Ronson and Primal Scream (personal favourite) as well as a mind-boggling […]


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 🙂 Thanks to Anisha for taking them and revealing a natural talent at photography!                 


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, […]


Since the launch of Pelican Post back in July of this year, the scheme continues to generate interest and enthusiastic support from all corners of the globe, and we very much hope it will continue to develop, into a truly global online community of supporters inspired like all of us at Pelican Post to make […]


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 […]