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Hope Junior Primary School Article From The New Vision

Hope Junior Primary School Article From The New Vision

The school is new performing better than ever at their end-of-term exams. Before the toilets, many children—primarily girls—were forced to drop out. Not only are many of them back in school now, but other kids in the district are coming to the school as well.
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This is Winnie Ayute

This is Winnie Ayute

We used to fetch water, which meant carrying 20-litre jerry cans on our heads. We hated it because it was very far to walk and we had to walk through bushes. Because the filled jerry cans were heavy we would have to stop and rest. Our teachers would be angry when we were late getting back to class.
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Check out our Holiday Video

Check out our Holiday Video

We just launched our new fundraising platform that allows people to contribute the individual items that it takes to build a well, and our good friends at Kilograph helped us put together this great Holiday video.
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Holiday cards now in stock

Holiday cards now in stock

This year you can avoid the crowded stores and pick up the perfect gift without having to brave the traffic or the cold weather. We are happy to bring you the new Drop in the Bucket Holiday card!
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Gardner Denver partnership news

Gardner Denver partnership news

Industrial machinery giant Gardner Denver has donated a state-of-the-art drilling compressor to Drop in the Bucket! This top of the line compressor has found a new home at our compound in Soroti, Uganda.
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Sean’s lemonade stand

Sean’s lemonade stand

Sean decided to set up a lemonade stand to benefit “Drop In The Bucket” over the summer. His little sister, Isabella, helped too.
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Norah Aligoyi

Norah Aligoyi

Norah told us "I’m happy that Drop in the Bucket decided to dig a borehole (well) at our school because it has relieved us from the burden of having to walk so far to fetch water.
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St Francis Madera School For the blind

St Francis Madera School For the blind

One of the biggest problems facing the school is sanitation. The school’s only toilet is a single dirty pit latrine that would be intolerable even for children with sight. Moreover, this single toilet is currently shared among the boys and girls. The school needs better and separate toilets
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Soap For South Sudan

Soap For South Sudan

Recent violence in South Sudan has resulted in an estimated 10,000 deaths and over 950,000 people being forced to flee their homes. Right now these people are now living in temporary shelters called internally displaced persons (IDP) camps which have been set up in or around South Sudan.
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