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Stories and updates from Hazel's Footprints Trust, our Partner Schools, Educational Projects and Footprinters (volunteers).


Staff housing well underway at Uphill Junior School

Wed, 24th Jan 2024

After breaking ground in October 2023, there has been lots of progress on a new staff accommodation block at Uphill Junior School, Western Uganda. In 2023, Hazel’s Footprints Trust granted…


The Uphill Trust breaks ground

Sat, 28th Oct 2023

In May 2023, we agreed to provide a grant of £15,000 to the Uphill Trust. The funding will go towards a staff accommodation and a sanitation block at Uphill Junior…


Stephanie Higgins: 3rd Report from Uganda

Wed, 18th May 2016

I cant believe how much time has flown since my last report! It is now the second term of teaching at Ruth Mother Care school in Nansana, Kampala. This term…


Stephanie Higgins – second report from Uganda

Tue, 8th Mar 2016

Since my last report, we have been very busy at school preparing for the end of term graduation before the children break up for the Christmas holidays. This meant that…


Stephanie Higgins – first report from Uganda

Tue, 8th Mar 2016

First of all I would like to say a big thank you to Hazels Footprints for their support. I feel so privileged to be able to be here in Uganda…


Photo Gallery from Wakadogo

Thu, 2nd Apr 2015

A wonderful note has arrived from Wakadogo in Uganda alongside these pictures in the gallery below. I’m so pleased to tell you that we officially opened the new school library…


Photo Gallery from Wakadogo

Wed, 24th Dec 2014

We’ve just received some more photographs from Wakadogo. They tell us: ‘The library now has desks, chairs, bookshelves, solar power and computers. We will now spend the next few weeks…


More News from Wakadogo!

Wed, 10th Dec 2014

You can read the latest newsletter from Wakadogo here.


Rosies Year in Uganda Final Report

Thu, 18th Sep 2014

My last few months in Uganda were probably the best of my life so far. My partners and I kept so busy as we were intent on getting everything ticked…


Wakadogo Library

Tue, 10th Jun 2014

Third update on school library building in Acoyo village, northern Uganda (News just in from Acoyo in Uganda!) Thank you so much to the Trustees of Hazels Footprints Trusts for…


Updates from Kisimenyi Primary & Wakadogo

Tue, 3rd Jun 2014

We’ve just had two reports in from some fantastic project. The first is at Kisimenyi Primary School in Kenya: In this report we update you on the current situation at…


Footprinter Report: Scott Chandler

Wed, 11th Dec 2013

One of the best things about an experience like this is you get a chance to discover the person within  you. This experience I have found has been a new…


Time to rest by Anna Davis

Thu, 8th Aug 2013

I am sat writing this at my desk back in Devon. I safely arrived in the UK on the 7th of July 2013, from there went straight to a canal…


Rosie Dowell: Initial report

Wed, 3rd Jul 2013

In June 2011, I attended a selection course on the remote Hebridean Isle of Coll for a charity called Project Trust. Project Trust send about 300 17-19 year olds oversees…


Scott Chandler: Initial report

Wed, 12th Jun 2013

Societies can never reach their apex unless the populace is selfless and philanthropic. This is a belief that I hold onto. Most people assume philanthropy requires excess amounts of wealth,…


Welcome to Uganda by Anna Davis

Wed, 30th Jan 2013

Having been here for three months, everything has started to seem normal in my everyday life, so I wanted to welcome you this lush, vivid country and share with you…


Final Reflections – Family Life in Uganda by Keziah Berelson

Thu, 15th Sep 2011

Hazels Footprints Quarterly The Final Quarterly! Wow. Bananke. Ive been home for just a month today, and it feels like a year ago that I was in Entebbe airport, struggling…


Keziah Berelson: Initial report

Tue, 16th Aug 2011

My name is Keziah Berelson, and in less than two weeks, I will be leaving for Uganda to undertake a voluntary role for a year! I will be working at…


6 Months and 3 Illnesses by Keziah Berelson

Thu, 14th Apr 2011

And I am back again! Well, Ive now been 6 months in Uganda and in the face of 3 tropical illnesses. Ive been pretty safe and sound no broken bones…


Report from Nadamba by Keziah Berelson

Sat, 12th Feb 2011

KB v. YKM: And I’m finally back to Myanzi for the new school term, after travelling over 800 kilometres across East Africa! We’ve headed home at the end of the…


New Term by Keziah Berelson

Sun, 6th Feb 2011

KB v. YKM: And I’m finally back to Myanzi for the new school term, after travelling over 800 kilometres across East Africa! We’ve headed home at the end of the…

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