Exchange Systems in Uganda

Exchange systems in Uganda: Notes

Chapter 1

  • Books given to another family member (pg 7)
  • Hand-me-down clothes, common in rural areas (pg8)
  • Money given to a poorer family for books, and food (pg8)
  • Dowry for a mothers daughter (pg8)

Chapter 2

  • Three gonja for 700 shillings (pg 13)

Chapter 3

  • Candies are given to children who are doing well in school and with their chores (pg 22)

Chapter 4

  • Frank gives children to Jackson. Pg 31
  • Frank’s pension was given to Edith. Pg 32

Chapter 5

  • None

Chapter 6

  • Frank gave money to sister to help pay for medical expenses. Pg 50

Chapter 7

  • None

Chapter 8

  • 20,000 shillings given to community member. Pg 64

Chapter 9

  • None

Chapter 10

  • Things such as bricks, services, and stones were donated to the school (pg80)
  • Church members gave donations to the school. Pg 80
  • Emogene shared her social security check and donated it to the school as well. Pg 81
  • Teachers at the school are volunteering. Pg 83
  • Raising money for school furnishings. Pg 85
  • Harvested coffee, tomatoes, and eggplants to sell. Pg 86

Chapter 11

  • Monthly donations made, scholarships, donating money to build a class room. Pg 89
  • Pay teachers, buy food, buy supplies. Pg 89
  • $85 per month per teacher. Pg 90
  • Steady flow of donations. Pg 92
  • Raise money for basic construction. Pg 92

Chapter 12

  • Applied for grants to fund the school. Pg94
  • Hiring a guard for the school gave him employment, income, and pride. Pg 100

 

Chapter 13

  • None

Chapter14

  • None

Chapter 15

  • None

Chapter 16

  • Use profits to increase teachers salaries. Pg 118
  • His grant got approved. Pg 118
  • Seeds given to sponsoring families. Pg 122
  • Sempa is a book keeper for the school, managing money. Pg 122
  • Funding for a full-time nurse. Pg 124

Chapter 17

  • None

Chapter 18

  • A feast of thanks from the students to Mr. Kaguri. Pg 135

Chapter 19

  • A girl brought a jackfruit to Mr. Kaguri as thanks. Pg 141

Chapter 20

  • None

Chapter 21

  • Cruiser was loaned to Mr. Kaguri while he was visiting Uganda. Pg 160
  • He replaced the choir’s drum. Pg 164

Chapter 22

  • Officers wanted money, but Mr. Kaguri wasn’t going to bribe them. Pg 173

 

Chapter 23

  • Teachers deserved income. Pg 175
  • Mr. Kaguri brought bread for his niece, Scovia. Pg 179

Chapter 24

  • Paid his servant wages for Saturday labor. Pg 182
  • Accepted offerings from a church. Pg 183
  • The good Samaritan. Pg 186
  • People had been inspired to give. Pg 187

Chapter 25

  • Girl offered a bottle of soda. Pg 194
  • Plates of matooke for a job well done. Pg 196

Chapter 26

  • Brought gifts for the children. Pg197
  • Continually fundraising and applying for grants. Pg 200
  • Using and selling documentaries on gorillas in the wild; foreign will pay $350 to see that. Pg 201
  • Selling crafts, singing, dancing, to make more money
  • Inspectors couldn’t afford to budget for the travel to the school. Pg 203
  • Josephine helps to find the new water project. Pg 203

Chapter 27

  • Paid the drivers fare.pg 207
  • Couldn’t afford to send mail ($1 airmail stamp). Pg 208

Chapter 28

  • Nyaka fundraising banquet. Pg 211
  • The cost for 30 students tuition for the year. Pg 214
  • Begin a permanent scholarship. Pg 214
  • Trading goods with neighboring countries. Pg 218

Chapter 29

  • Otto Ray and Allen Pease sponsored Nyaka first; they raised more than $2,000. Pg 222
  • Offered free meals to encourage more support of the school. Pg 224
  • Much U.S. funding comes from churches. Pg 224
  • Pledged I year to audit Nyaka books. Pg 226
  • Donated uniforms for soccer team. Pg 227
  • Provided school with cell phone and complete service for 6 months free. Pg 227
  • Bought books for the school. Pg 228
  • Bought sweaters for the school ($450 worth!). pg 229

Chapter 30

  • $1 can help reduce AIDS transmitting during pregnancy. Pg 233
  • Helped to purchase coffin. Pg 233

Chapter 31

  • Had been given $360 in Canadian expenses. Pg 241
  • Government passed a law to enable money to be sent to provide care for HIV/AIDS victims. Pg 245

Chapter 32

  • Ente donated. Pg 249
  • Enough fundraising and donations to have a second school. Pg 252
  • Became a philanthropist giving his sheep to needy families. Pg 254
  • Have raised enough money to send each graduate to secondary school. Pg 258

 

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