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Lubaale’s new businesses

Lubaale’s new businesses

On a visit to Lubaale, Mbale, we met three women who’d started small businesses thanks to training that helped them ...

New goat for Wamalu

New goat for Wamalu

Our goat breeding scheme gives female goats to families who are caring for vulnerable children, and a male goat to ...

“Mothers should unite”

“Mothers should unite”

Harriet has 7 children, who all go to school. She’s able to support her family and their education because she ...

“I am here to appreciate Phyllis”

“I am here to appreciate Phyllis”

We met Phyllis outside her village home, where some women who she’d recently helped in her village had gathered to ...

Medical volunteers pass on skills

Medical volunteers pass on skills

Three doctors, two paramedics and a nurse were part of a volunteer team that travelled from Wales to Mbale in ...

Committed to communities

Committed to communities

In Febuary 2019 a team of PONT volunteers was lucky enough to take part in update training for some of ...

“We are living a happy life!”

“We are living a happy life!”

Stephen is a community healthworker from Namabasa, Mbale. He tells us how the training he received thanks to PONT has ...

PONT seeks volunteers

PONT seeks volunteers

PONT is looking for more volunteers! We want to reach more people in Uganda through our life-changing projects. So we’re ...

Visit to Girls of Hope

Visit to Girls of Hope

Teenage girls in villages around Mbale are vulnerable to early marriage, early pregnancy, abuse and missed education. So last year ...

“Never far from my thoughts”

“Never far from my thoughts”

Judith raises money for PONT, and visits local schools to talk about Uganda – she has been 5 times! She ...

“What a community can do”

“What a community can do”

“We’ve captured the commitment and enthusiasm of people like you. With that volunteerism we think we can make a real ...

“I have gained so much from volunteering”

“I have gained so much from volunteering”

“Life is all about challenging yourself to broaden your horizons and capabilities” Judith has  done this by getting involved in ...

Medics make a difference in Mbale

Medics make a difference in Mbale

In February 2019 a team of 10 medics, mostly from South Wales, visited Mbale to meet with PONT’s health project ...

Power of Partnership

Power of Partnership

10 Years, 1000 Procedures! In 2009 PONT’s hospital team installed the first endoscopy unit in Uganda outside Kampala in partnership ...

“I called for help”

“I called for help”

When Esther went into labour with baby Arthur she planned to stay and deliver at home, as she had with ...

“I feel safe”

“I feel safe”

Antonina lives in Walusyembe village with her three grandchildren. She is “so, so proud” of the goats project because it ...

Minister of Tourism praises Wildlife Centre

Minister of Tourism praises Wildlife Centre

On 26th June our partners Mbale CAP welcomed the Ugandan Minister for Tourism and Antiquities at the Animal Education Centre. ...

“They call me Musawo”

“They call me Musawo”

PONT has been training Community Health Workers in rural villages for over a decade and we’ve known for a while ...

Women Mean Business

Women Mean Business

In Nabumali Parish in Nyondo Sub-county, 15 km south east of Mbale town, PONT’s partners have set up 5 new ...

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