Stories from Kabingo

April 19, 2018

Mackline's New Chapter

Many of us remember  Mackline Tumusiime.  In July, 2011, the 14 year old girl came to Ohio  for reconstructive surgery to correct injuries she sustained as a baby when she was mauled by a wild pig.  She traveled to Ohio, accompanied by her beloved...

March 12, 2018

It was another fabulous trip to Kabingo. The very committed Engineers Without Borders’ team successfully contracted the drilling of new wells and built a water treatment plant. Dr. Jim Maher worked with the dispensary staff and is working on a plan to improve the lab e...

March 12, 2018

Two professional engineers and four Miami University Students worked with the Ugandan team including two HFK sponsored engineering students,  HFK sponsored chemistry teacher and many other workers.

The EWB team was pleased with the community response in terms...

March 12, 2018

The schools, dispensary, Women’s center and several homes are hooked into the grid. Work needs to be done to integrate with the existing solar panels.

Father will submit a RFF for additional work to fully connect and integrate with solar

I think acceptance will be gradua...

March 12, 2018

The students were on vacation so the place seemed like a ghost town!

The results for the primary school national exam were coming in over the week. Out of 29 students sitting for the exam, there were 8 first grades (the highest) which is very remarkable. Only one failur...