Tuesday, September 4, 2007


We met today with the staff from UNDP/MVP that are in charge of the Ruhiira Millennium Village about how we might fit in to the work they hope to do over the next few months - and now feel like we've come full circle, and finally arrived home, with a purpose, a vision, and optimistic for the future. And we bought a bottle of wine tonight to celebrate.

Tomorrow we're going to Ruhiira village - our home for the next 3 months.

Highlights of our journey so far in Uganda:

68-crossing the border into uganda (9/1/07)

183-our first true ugandan meal - matoke, red bananas, irish potatoes, fresh vegetables, talapia fish, and rice

248-crossing the equator!

264-an ankole bull - the biggest horns in the world!

273-meg overlooking the town of mbarara

280-the busy main street in mbarara

287-eric in front of the MVP Ruhiira sign in mbarara

291-the MVP office in mbarara

297-meg enjoying the sunshine at the office, finally at home in uganda!


Jennifer said...

awesomeness :) Love you!

Les said...

Wow...after taking the long trip, you guys look pretty on top of it. Be safe and do your best!

Love ya


Caitlin said...

I love you guys so much. What an amazing adventure you're having. I only hope to get to do something as wonderful someday. I pray for you every day and can't wait to hear the stories and see the pictures when you return. Eric--I'm rooting on the Mets for you!

Love, Caitlin