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  • 27th July 2023

    Stephen visits Signpost Projects in Uganda

    A visit to Signpost Projects in Uganda I recently joined Signpost International as Desk Officer to help with the management and support of SI’s overseas work.  It has been great getting to know the Signpost team in Dundee and all the good work that is going on at the Roundhouse.…

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  • 22nd June 2023

    Taking Action Against Poverty through Human Rights

    Signpost International is committed to taking Action Against Poverty. There are many definitions of poverty. Human poverty is broad, complex, and multidimensional, and its characteristics vary widely from country to country, community to community and with time and season. This is why we use a rights-based approach to define poverty.…

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  • 25th May 2023

    Farmer Groups in Aturai & Akulonyo

    The Power of Working Together On 1st April 2023, we started a 3 year long project with our partner VAD in Akulonyo and Aturai Villages in the Kapelebyong District, Uganda. The project helps establish farmer groups and supports them to work together for the benefit of the whole community. The…

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  • 24th May 2023

    Nakwijit Enterprise Project: Meet Ann

      Meet Ann! Ann is a farmer and housewife in Nakwijit Village, West Pokot, Kenya. She is married to Tomee Loriong and has 7 children. She is one of 32 women who we supported through an income-generating enterprise in partnership with Centre for Indigenous Child Rights. Ann shares how life…

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  • 17th May 2023

    The Power of Water Project

    The need for safe water in Rural Kenya. A huge issue for the community of Nakwijit in West Pokot is the lack of access to safe water. Almost half of the population of Kenya (41%) lack access to safe water. Globally, waterborne illnesses claim a child’s life every 90 seconds.…

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  • 17th May 2023

    Empowering Women in Rural Kenya

    Empowering women through income generating enterprise in Rural Kenya Nakwijit Village is an extremely rural area with very little infrastructure. The people who live here are primarily livestock and pastoralist farmers. They frequently relocate to find new water sources for their animals. Due to the nomadic nature of the community,…

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  • 28th April 2023

    Lomokori Primary School: Growing Their Future

    Students grow their future at Lomokori Primary School. The Napak district in Karamoja Region, Uganda, is the most sparsely populated and one of the poorest in the country. This is due to decades of conflict, insecurity, and extreme weather. Furthermore, there is a severe under-investment in services and infrastructure in…

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  • 21st April 2023

    Nyada Primary School: Students Grow School Lunches!

    Primary School students grow food for school lunches! Previously, Nyada Primary School in Kapelebyong District, Uganda, had a lack of clean, safe water, sanitation facilities and school meal provisions. Furthermore, students often arrived on an empty stomach and struggled to concentrate. Odeke James, a P5 student, said: “Before, this programme…

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  • 14th April 2023

    Easter Surprise at the Roundhouse Cafe

    The Big Easter Surprise On Thursday 6th April, the Roundhouse Community Kitchen and Cafe hosted “The Big Easter Surprise” for the local community of Whitfield, Dundee. Over 65 children and their parents/caregivers braved the Scottish weather and came along for an afternoon of free fun at the Roundhouse. The children…

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  • 13th April 2023

    Rebuilding lives after the Philippines fire

      Thank you to everyone who gave to the Philippines Appeal and helped rebuild the lives of those in West Habog-habog. On the 28th January 2023, residents of West Habog-habog, Iloilo City, woke up to the smell of smoke and panicked voices of their neighbours. The fire spread quickly, driving…

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