Empowering the youth: Samuel from Rukungwe Village

/
At RTV, we recognize youth as vital members of the community,…

Meet Donavence from Ruseke village!

/
Donavence is a 66-year-old woman living in Ruseke village.…

Introducing Kanungu!

/
For those following our work in the Kisoro district, we've…

Danny's Blog From Uganda

            Throughout the summer it has been my job…

Anne's Blog From Uganda

Hey there! I’m Anne and this is my blog from my Internship…

GlobeMed Partnership

We are excited to announce that through our partnership with…

Photo and Road Friday

Rugongwe Road: Every Friday, the community members of Rugongwe…

Update from the Ground - Kagezi

Written By: Rawan Haddad The projects that have been…

The Gift of a Goat

/
Written By: Rawan Haddad Commercialisation of the festive season…

The Gift of a Bicycle Ambulance

/
Written By: Jana Nickason This Season, it’s time to embrace…

The Gift of a Golden Beehive Fence

/
Written By: Rawan Haddad ‘Tis the season of giving and what…

CAPPING THE CAN

/
Written By: Rawan Haddad How often have you seen a bottle…

KAGEZI: SOWING THE SEEDS OF CHANGE

/
Written by: Clare Lovelace We've just received the latest report…

BIG 5 EXHIBITS: DIGNITY FOR ALL. PERIOD

/
  Did you know that millions of girls worldwide drop out…

CLEAN WATER FOR KAGEZI

/
Written by: Clare Lovelace Safe drinking water - here in Canada…

ACCESSIBLE EDUCATION FOR THE CHILDREN OF KAGEZI

/
Written by: Clare Lovelace So you're 4 years old and just…

LATEST DEVELOPMENTS FROM GRACE

/
Written by: Clare Lovelace There has been a great deal of activity…

UPDATE FROM THE FIELD: BITONGO

/
Written by: Clare Lovelace Bitongo is located at the base of…
Local vet explaining different medicines to the Kagezi community

THE GOATS ARRIVE!

/
Written by: Clare Lovelace The last time we checked in with…

FIRST STEPS IN RUSHABARARA

/
Written by: Clare Lovelace Take a moment and imagine being…

EXCITING DEVELOPMENTS IN KAGEZI

/
Written by: Clare Lovelace The village of Kagezi nestles in…

RTV BRINGS HEALTH CARE TO KANYAMAHENE

/
Remmie and Clement are taking the 35 kilometer hike to Kanyamahene…

UNDERSTANDING THE MAKINGS OF A TEAM

/
Raising The Village has become a well-oiled team and when one…

Reminiscing

/
Winter is not my thing. It never has been. Even when I was little…

GRACE

/
On Tuesday (Nov 22) I went for my first field visit to Grace…

FROM CITY LIGHTS TO PITCH BLACK

/
At 10:00 pm on November 14 I said goodbye to the Toronto city…

RAISING A VILLAGE: SSANGA GETS DESKS!

/
It takes a village to raise a child and it takes RTV to raise…

THE MAFABIS, IN THEIR GOLDEN YEARS.

/
  Even though in the 80s and early 90s it was a common sight…

MEET SAMSOM, A PARENT DETERMINED NOT TO GIVE UP ON HIS CHILD

/
Samson is one of the few fathers that I have met that has decided…

TWO WEEKS OF PERMACULTURE EDUCATION

/
Raising The Village recently sent our two amazing staff from…

Gasimba Charles - A villager with his village at heart

/
  Even though Mr. Gasimba Charles' children are now older…

Meet Sarah from the Kanga Community

/
Sarah is a parent and committed Kanga community member. She and…

TRAFFIC JAMS IN THE CITY

/
The traffic jam in Kampala and the roads that lead to the city…

Saverio

/
Saverio, as he is commonly known, is a very hard working and…

SSANGA SCHOOL BUILDING PHASE UPDATE!

/
The long awaited multipurpose hall at our Ssanga project is…

MEET MARGRET FROM THE KANGA COMMUNITY

/
  My name is Nanyonga Margret. I am 26 years old, married,…

KANGA AGRICULTURE PROGRAM RESUSCITATED

/
n the 2 growing seasons of 2009, Kanga had two great harvests…

SCRIBBLES FROM WILSON'S JOURNAL

/
Tuesday, March 15th, 2010 I arrived in Uganda a couple of…

RIOTS IN KAMPALA

/
With all the inflation as well as food and fuel prices escalating…

PROJECTS + PROVERBS

/
Last month, we went to Kisoro (South-Western Uganda) and were…

UGANDA 2011: 3 WEEKS! OR WAS IT 3 DAYS?

/
It feels like 3 days ago when I went to Kampala to meet up…