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  • BACK TO THE BASICS: Compelling facts that fuel KFNL

    So I did a thing. I researched girls/education/Uganda all over as if I never had before. So much struck me and refocused me on the urgency of need and vulnerability […]

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  • TODAY in Uganda

    Hitting their Stride After a late start to their academic year due to an ebola outbreak, the 2023 school year began in February. Since covid, I have always wondered if […]

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  • Fruit-Full News

    After being closed for 2 full years due to covid, schools in Uganda had a government directive to make up ground in educating children. School terms were extended and the […]

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  • 6yrs + Building

    This season is always a reminder of small beginnings…6 years ago in my kitchen was the first Knickers for New Life event. I came up with the name from the […]

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  • From Uganda to YOU

    The world seems to be going in so many directions right now. I thought it would be good to share some of the reports from our partner schools. Inflation has […]

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  • Checked Your Vision Lately?

    Checked your Vision lately? …more than a picture of what could be I just had an overdue visit with my eye doctor (all is well) but I do have a […]

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  • Simply Gobsmacked!

    Many thanks to you for the part you play in making the future brighter for girls (& boys) in Uganda. I am thrilled beyond words to share amazing news with […]

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  • Unhistoric Acts of Kindness

    Faithfulness here & in Uganda Uganda schools are still in lockdown. It appears that they will not reopen until January. Wow. Some estimate that many thousands of children will never […]

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  • Three Good Things

    Spreading the word about the work of KFNL has been quite a challenge during the pandemic since all events were cancelled – but our faithful supporters (that is you!) have […]

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  • Got some Spring in your Knickers?

    Can you feel spring yet? I get terrible ‘spring fever” every year, and this pandemic year I seem to have more than usual. This means I am pouring over garden […]

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