University of Victoria in Canada features EWAD intern

From the University of Victoria News Article: “The first time that Chida Henry saw zebras running in the wild, she cried out with excitement. The Ugandan children she was traveling with were unimpressed,… Continue reading

EWAD volunteers are going to Rukungiri for visiting the sponsored children in Nyakibaale – boarding school

In July, Chida and I set off on an 8 hour bus rid to Rukungiri to visit the sponsored children in the boarding-school and their grandmothers. EWAD also got some packets with presents… Continue reading

June 15, 2011: Fruit Trees for the Orphanage Home

Today Helen and I planted eight delicate young fruit trees at the EWAD orphanage home. We set off early from the office, took a taxicar to a nearby nursery and hunted around for promising… Continue reading

May 1st, 2011- Children seeing lights

I had never considered how special it would be to watch children seeing lights for the first time. So it was with great surprise and pleasure that I was able to witness this small… Continue reading

April 27, 2011: Kigungu Fish Pond

Today we went on a field trip to EWAD’s fish pond project in Kigungu, Entebbe Municipality.  The fish pond is one of the activities being implemented by EWAD as part of the Integrated Community… Continue reading

Welcome to EWAD!

Environmental Women in Action for Development, EWAD (previously the Entebbe Women’s Association, EWA), is a non-governmental organization based in Entebbe, Uganda, that provides support to impoverished local communities irrespective of religious, political, gender and… Continue reading