News about our project in Katine sub-county in Soroti, Uganda
While the Guardian's coverage and sponsorship of the program is coming to a close, AMREF will be there for at least another year as we continue to help the community. Below, find a multitude of articles about the three year impact of the program, how far we've come and what more we can do.
October 29, 2010
Ugandan project that has brought clear changes to everyone - Villagers in Katine now have clean water, better schools, higher skills levels, and less disease
The Guardian - Sarah Boseley, Madeleine Bunting
October 30, 2010
Katine livelihood project unleashes potential - New methods of farming and funding have enabled Katine's rural population to broaden their commercial horizons and acquire real independence.
The Guardian - Anne Perkins
October 30, 2010
A word from our partners ... the NGO experience - We are humbled by the passion and commitment of the Guardian and Barclays to Katine.
The Guardian - AMREF UK's CEO, Grace Mukasa
November 1, 2010
How Katine’s residents got clean water and sanitation - The installation of more boreholes means many Katine residents once forced to drink from local swamps now have access to clean water.
Sanitation Updates - A WASH blog by the IRC and USAID
November 2, 2010
Katine Project Coverage Concludes - The Guardian concluded its three-year Katine project in north-eastern Uganda, which "tracked the implementation of a development project focusing on five aspects of deprivation: health, education, water and sanitation, livelihoods and governance,"
Kaiser Family Foundation
November 3, 2010
All the latest on our three years in Katine - A round-up of what has been achieved by our Katine project has featured strongly on the global development site over the past fortnight
The Guardian - Liz Ford
November 8, 2010
After three years in Katine, the project has ended. What have we learned? - The Guardian's project to develop the Ugandan village of Katine has concluded after three years of intense effort. What successes can we claim – and what remains to be done?
The Guardian - Madeleine Bunting