Thursday to Monday, 21st – 25th November Robert and I left Soroti (and Teso itself) early on Thursday morning having fulfilled most of my expectations (and some of others’) during my three weeks in Teso. But it’s impossible to meet everyone who wants to see me. Even if there were time, I don’t have the … Continue reading TESO DIARY Part 8


Monday to Wednesday, 18th – 20th November: Soroti We picked up James Ikara, his wife Elizabeth and little Margaret, who had travelled from Nyero, from Soroti and set off for the little trading centre of Adamasiko between Arapai and Tubur for the great celebration and workshop that Joel Odongo had organised for the project he … Continue reading TESO DIARY Part 7


Friday to Sunday, 15th – 17th November: Ococia to Oditel to Soroti We spent a little time at the school before leaving with Emma at about 10.00 on Friday and stopped at the weekly market, which is where Emma sometimes takes the children. At first, people used to say, “Why are you bringing those mad … Continue reading TESO DIARY Part 6


Saturday to Wednesday, 9th - 13th Nov: Nyero and Tubur There has been such weak network and internet signals that it hasn't been possible to upload photos or post this until now, when I am back in Soroti. Denis and I didn’t manage to leave Soroti until about dusk on Friday (8th) – and overshot … Continue reading TESO DIARY Part 4


It's a long time since I wrote in my Blog - partly because of so much coming and going and "crossing of cultures"! We celebrated our Wedding Anniversary on 15th July in Cardiff, attending the Graduation of Becky (our eldest granddaughter) as a Doctor, along with her fiancé Rob. They have now moved up to … Continue reading COMING AND GOING