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LulwandaChildren’s Home
The brightly painted outdoor kitchen
A house for the administrators
The assemblybuilding or main hall
Indoor kitchen in the main hall for  serving meals
Sleeping quarters for the children
Mama Aidah’s car
Mama Aidah and one of thestaff members at Lulwandagave us a tour of the home.
Walking into one of the dorm buildings
Inside a dormitory: In each ofthree rooms, bunks sleep 12children. There is a smaller roomwhere the house mother lives.
This guy was allsmiles for thecamera and waseager to have hispicture taken.
Walking past the crates that were used to   ship the building materials for the  orphanage when it was first started.
Helping with thechores by washingdishes.
Inside the newdorm, each privateroom houses fourstudents.
A random African dog. One ofseveral that was hanging out atthe children’s home.
This church is located on property behind the children’s home.It was here before the children’s home was built. It is one ...
The pastor’s house
Mama Aidah is telling us the story of thechurch, the property, and the children’shome.
The front of the main hall
Classrooms
Touring the school
Mama Aidah pointed out this river between the trees. Itprovides water to the city of Mbale
And of course, we wereall invited to sit downand have a soda whenthe tour was over.
We all pile in Mama Adiah’s car to drive back home.
One last picture as we are driving to the gate.
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Lulwanda

  1. 1. LulwandaChildren’s Home
  2. 2. The brightly painted outdoor kitchen
  3. 3. A house for the administrators
  4. 4. The assemblybuilding or main hall
  5. 5. Indoor kitchen in the main hall for serving meals
  6. 6. Sleeping quarters for the children
  7. 7. Mama Aidah’s car
  8. 8. Mama Aidah and one of thestaff members at Lulwandagave us a tour of the home.
  9. 9. Walking into one of the dorm buildings
  10. 10. Inside a dormitory: In each ofthree rooms, bunks sleep 12children. There is a smaller roomwhere the house mother lives.
  11. 11. This guy was allsmiles for thecamera and waseager to have hispicture taken.
  12. 12. Walking past the crates that were used to ship the building materials for the orphanage when it was first started.
  13. 13. Helping with thechores by washingdishes.
  14. 14. Inside the newdorm, each privateroom houses fourstudents.
  15. 15. A random African dog. One ofseveral that was hanging out atthe children’s home.
  16. 16. This church is located on property behind the children’s home.It was here before the children’s home was built. It is one of themany churches Pastor Morris oversees. The chain link fencesurrounds the entire property of the children’s home.
  17. 17. The pastor’s house
  18. 18. Mama Aidah is telling us the story of thechurch, the property, and the children’shome.
  19. 19. The front of the main hall
  20. 20. Classrooms
  21. 21. Touring the school
  22. 22. Mama Aidah pointed out this river between the trees. Itprovides water to the city of Mbale
  23. 23. And of course, we wereall invited to sit downand have a soda whenthe tour was over.
  24. 24. We all pile in Mama Adiah’s car to drive back home.
  25. 25. One last picture as we are driving to the gate.

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