It was the 18th of August and our final day was upon us, we had blinked and a month had flown by. We spent this final morning doing a project review and saying goodbye to the children at the S.A.L.V.E land.
We discussed what kind of a lasting impact the project had left in the community and for S.A.L.V.E. We also gave ideas on what could be done to make the project even better for next years group. We finished off the review by writing about p skills we had seen in others over the course of the project, it was a good positive way to end the session.
Then came the tough goodbyes, although we only had a week of being fully at the end the saying goodbye to the S.A.L.V.E children was tough. We had to say goodbye to the children who we had grown to know, such talented children who had welcomed us into their lives and country. There were some tears, but we all wished the children the best for the future and hope that they can continue their development with the help of S.A.L.V.E.
The 2017 project has come to an end. It was four weeks ago when we met the Ugandan volunteers and staff. Thee team have done some brilliant work which we hope will positively impact S.A.L.V.E. and the Ugandan communities we went into. We were privileged to be able to see the amazing work S.A.L.V.E. International do, we hope that this continues and that they continue the good work they are doing.
A big thank you to Amy and Emma for all their hard work in helping the country in all the stages of team Uganda right from the training days, to our time in uganda and getting us back home safely. Also thank you to the rest of the e UK and Ugandan team for being such an amazing group of people to work with. I’d also like to thank S.A.L.V.E. International for welcoming us so warmly into the S.A.L.V.E. family and being so cooperative, allowing for some really great work to be completed.
Finally, thank you to the generous donors who make Team Uganda possible.
Until Next Year