THE DENTAL CLINIC IN LITHUANIA
We have entered into a cooperation agreement with a dental clinic in Birzai, Lithuania.
The clinic's name is R. Leskauskas Dental Clinic, and prices are approx. one third of Norwegian prices.
The clinic supports HUB for every patient coming from Norway.
EMMISARIES TO UGANDA
Three HUB supporters as for several years have contributed to help with our work in Uganda, did'nt need much time to think when they were asked if they would like to take a trip to see firsthand how the work is run in our centers.
The trip to Uganda was in November 2017, and now they're back after a fantastic trip. Along the way, they inaugurated our Guest-Blog, and have promised to give us pictures and video nuts from their travel.
Every year - from 01.-15. December - we plan to have a collective action for our centers in Uganda.
We here in Norway have a lot to share from our wealth, so that should be very easy. If everyone gives a little, it becomes much to those who have nothing.
Our long term goal is to raise NOK 1, - per citizen in Norway!
In the region Bweyogerere, east of the capital Kampala in Uganda, lies "Hope of Destiny Pri. & Nur. School", Center 1, which we in HUB supports.
The money collected goes to food, clothing, school supplies, medicines and otherwise. A separate building-account (from own means) operated by the leader in HUB-Norway.
MAYBE YOU WANT TO SUPPORT US ON A REGULAR BASIS?
Some hours drive from Kampala, inward in the jungle, is "Bunjanko" school.
It all began late autumn 2010 when the center was visited by HUB leader from Norway, and in March 2012 they were in the process of clearing the ground.
We started the school year 2015 with the inauguration of orphanages with school at Center 2, and three months later, the guesthouse with kitchen were put into use.
Center 3, or Tusubira Primary School, located in the region Kiringente, which is about one hour drive west from Kampala.
The school is operated by others, and HUB-Uganda pay for care of 20 orphans and schooling for 40. There are a total of 100 children at the school.
Center 4 and 5, which also were operated by others, have been laid down and the children have been moved to the other centers.