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Photography, Travel, Uganda
This is the last post to transfer from the old blog… One of the most enduring memory of Uganda is the kids. No matter where you go in the country, stop , get out of the car and withing a couple of minutes,  a group of kids will surround you – even in the middle of nowhere. The kids are open, engaging, and are more than happy to have their photographs taken.


Photography, Stories, Travel, Uganda
As part of this series of articles, its worth taking a few moments to talk about Plan International.  They are one of the oldest childrens charities in existance and work in 50 countries all across the world.  The started originally during the Spanish Civil war by a British journalist, John Langdon-Davies and an aid worker, Eric Muggeridge. I was very impressed with the operation, in Uganda – all local employees with minimal overheads. We travelled to a number of plan projects over the course of a few days and the obvious rapport and connection with the local people was intense and incredible.

I pulled out this image for particular mention –
c97-planuganda-1Each of these files represent a child waiting for a sponsor. And this was just one container of  many at this one site in one corner of Uganda. For more informmation on the excellent work by Plan International, see their website