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Chimps and the amazing Kibale!

Posted by Remmy on 29 October 2013 | Comments

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Kibale Forest National Park is one of Uganda's major tropical rainforests.  It has a good infrastructure and a number of activities, making the forest an excellent place to visit.  Kibale is host to multiple primate species, including Chimpanzees.  The forest is also excellent for bird watching, as there about 335 species!  Multiple hike options are available.  The attractive park also provides the local people with revenue from the many visitors, and proceeds from some of the walks goes back to the community, helping to also protect to the area.  

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GCCC Trip - Part 5

Posted by Jennie on 17 June 2013 | Comments

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P6120417 800x600The end has come.  After a truly amazing 2 weeks, the GCCC team has taken off from Entebbe.  It was been a wonderful experience hosting them, in order to facilitate their travel and ability to work and serve to the fullest in northern Uganda.

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GCCC TRIP - Part 4

Posted by Jennie on 12 June 2013 | Comments

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Well, the past two days have been quite full - full of life, full of connection, full of fun, and full of fruit!  The team is exhausted in the best possible ways.  It is a joy to be able to be with all the people here and laugh, play, worship, pray, and eat (with our hands of course)!

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GCCC trip - part 3

Posted by Jennie on 10 June 2013 | Comments

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So, the past 2 days, the group only worked about 5 hours/day, instead of the 12 hours/per day we were working previously.  Time is all relative here in Africa.  haha.  It helps that we love the work we are doing!  Tomorrow, we are back to fairly full days.gccc trip

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