I always have a little chuckle when I find myself in places I would have never imagined going. coming from the girl who never got on an airplane till I was 20 years old, and it was to Kenya, Africa.
Inspire me. What does this mean? When I understood it, I wondered how perfectly I can say it. These are my thoughts as I moved from school to school and looked at the face of these beautiful learners. During the
Hi; I am Emmanuel Opio, a teacher and Head of Department for Agriculture at St Gracious secondary school Lira. In today’s era, practical learning is absolutely necessary, especially in the vocational and pre-vocational subjects which includes agriculture. In my homeland,
Growing up in 4-H, a youth organization back home, I have always felt very familiar with extension services. Knowing where my local extension office was located gave me the ability to acquire knowledge in agriculture easily. At my young age,
Angela Hurst is one of our 2023 fellows. Currently in her master’s program at Oklahoma State University, in Stillwater Oklahoma, Angela is studying International Agriculture. She is currently on-the-ground in Lira, and staying at the program office-house. Angela decided to
My name is David Obong. I am an Educator, with a decade of experience working with both students and the community. I have been a classroom teacher in Secondary schools for eight years and a part-time crop science lecturer in
My name is Solomon Okello, a student of Makerere University serving with Field of Hope as an intern. I have passively spent almost two years with Field of Hope, since 2020, but actively spent a month with this amazing organization.
After almost three months of living in Uganda and just two months of being back in my home country of the United States of America, I have found reflection, insight, pride, and adjustment beyond measure. “What a trip you just
“If you’ve spent more than a month in Uganda, then you’re a true Ugandan,” said William, our guide at Sipi Falls. I have officially surpassed William’s 1 month mark, and am onto my sixth week in the country. In my