APRIL 2020

The Uganda Mission team was due to depart March 26, 2020 with President Nadine Hart and Board Member Susan Hart.  We planned to meet Friends – Kathee and Phylis-  who were already in Uganda with tubs of books and school supplies for the new nursery school curriculum.  Due to COVID – 19 the March 26 departure was cancelled. Thankfully Kathee and Phylis were able to depart Uganda and make it home to the US safely! 

We also had to pospone  with Faith Chapel Missions Pastor Glen Grove, Heather Lytle and team



Uganda Mission May 2019 and November 2019

 Uganda Mission April 2018

Nadine Hart, H20 board chair and president and Tom Osborne, Hydrologist and H20 Board member Susan Hart and MSU B student Baylie Bullington toured all of our community development projects under the new CBO partner Community Foundation for Development (CFD).  We join CFD Director Terence Acaye, and our university trained graduates in community development, Denis Odong and Bosco Tolit!  Exciting progress has been made in farming, Village Health worker training and Micro finance/start up business projects!

Our newest development project is the Agape Community Foundation for Development Agricultural Demonstration and Training Center

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Uganda Mission Team Returns October 2017 and January 2017

Hope 2 One Life Uganda Mission team of 5, including veterans Brenda Gilmore, Carol Stanley, Tom and Angie Osborne and Nadine Hart, visited several areas of Northern Uganda where we serve with our partners and partner organization Community Foundation for Development.  Teaching, farming,  project assessments and implementation of more…. as well as simply loving our Ugandan friends!  Much effort and service toward reaching our goals of furthering community development and post war recovery!


Uganda Mission Team November 2015



Soils assessments and Hope seed distribution
Emmanuel Nursery School
Village Health Worker Team (VHT) training
Malaria prevention and mosquito net distribution – village outreaches




Uganda Mission Team  returned on Sept 26, 2014 and May 2014

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Mariel Rieland teaching from the  Village Health Team Manual 2014






NOTE: All the team members pay for their own trip or by their own fundraising. No donor money is used for the individual team costs. Donor money is used for project implementation. Spaghetti Dinner ticket sales are used for the team stay on the farm only as it is income generating for the farm, as well as project implementation.

Thank you to St. Vincent Healthcare distribution and the many people who donated supplies for our team to take over. Thank you St. Vincent Healthcare Foundation for your support of employee mission global outreach travel grants.

Thank you Heart to Heart International and Welch Allyn for donations of medical equipment and Ready Relief kits of medicines and supplies!!

Heart to Heart International First Aid and Hygiene kits – VHT’s







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Thank you! We are grateful!

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