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August 2019 update!

Greetings from all of us the Kitega Centre , the last few weeks have been filled with lots of activities and we also had a team from Spain that spent over two weeks learning and serving at the Centre. Children Ministry The children continue to learn and develop holistically, the

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Kitega Centre’s New Patrons

Our family were incredibly honoured earlier this year to be invited to be the new Patrons of Kitega Community Centre, although we had serious reservations of being able to follow on from the fabulous dedication and work Nicky and Jane King have given over the last 20 years.   We

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July new updates

Greetings from the  Kitega Centre family Shamim and Susan say: “thank you so much for the love, care, friendship you have shown us for the last 20 years, you are all blessed to be a blessing to many like us in the whole world”  Shamim. “for the last 20 years

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June 2019 Update!

Greetings from all of us at the Kitega Centre, learn more about what has been happening at the Kitega Centre in the last month.   Click here to read the full update 

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May 2019 Update

We are excited to share our May update: The Children continue to learn several skills for independent living when they come to the centre, and we thank the staff and volunteers for all they do to make life better for the children with disabilities. For the month of May the

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Zimba Kabuyonjo project.-A latrine for a family

Will you make a family’s dream come true?  We are blessed to be a blessing to others. In 2018 a needs assessment was carried out by our church and community mobilisation development partners in three villages; Katungulu,  Bugomba and Kitabuli,  they gathered the most pressing needs  faced by different communities.

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The Heart of the Kitega Centre -Sarah Jane Ramsay

My experience of East Africa began when I was 2 years old when my parents took myself and my brother to live in Kikuyu Kenya. They went out as missionaries with the Presbyterian Church of East Africa and when they went out they were the only Bazungu (white people) in

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March 2019 Update!

Looking back over those years my time with the Centre has helped me realise that it is only in giving of yourself that you really find yourself and that I know I have gained far more from the Centre than I have been able to give to it. I have

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Meet Kika – VICOBA

Christopher (almost 80 years old) one of the members of Kika- VICOBA, he was very excited to show us his banana plantations which he named “VICOBA” he has set up a model garden in the village, a great encouragement to his group members and the community at large and he

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Mukisa – VICOBA

Mukisa -VICOBA today, “Mukisa” is a Luganda word that means “Blessing” This is one of the new VICOBA groups that was formed after the Church and Community mobilization in the community, these men and women are working hard to uplift the entire community. Their stories confirm that two is better

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