Project trip \"From Nobody to Somebody\" e.V. July 19 to July 26, 2018

Project trip \"From Nobody to Somebody\" e.V. July 19 to July 26, 2018

Come with us to Uganda and get to know our work up close. Visit your god child and experience the beautiful nature of the Pearl of Africa. The project trip takes place with a minimum number of participants of 2 persons. More info at


19.7.18 Arrival in Entebbe, pick up from the airport Entebbe is beautifully situated on a peninsula in Lake Victoria. The city has about 60,000 inhabitants. The city invites you to linger, relax and make excursions. In the city center are still some buildings from the British colonial era. Accomodation in Entebbe

20.7.18 Drive to Gulu, the capital of northern Uganda Visiting the market, getting to know the city Accomodation in Gulu

21.7.18 visit to a Winning women's group of women and AIDS widows, which are supported by the sale of "Mama Washindi" products. " These women make artful paper jewelry. It is always impressive to watch them at work and you are welcome to make your own pearls and, of course, buy some of these unique items on site. Continue to Got Apwoyo to the property of our partner organization NTS Overnight at Mama Washindi Lodge

22.7.18 Visit of the service in the Lakwat Maber church, getting to know the school and kindergarten, as well as the adjacent village Accomodation at Mama Washindi Lodge

23.7.18 Possibility to work in kindergarten or school Meeting with the godchild Accomodation at Mama Washindi Lodge

24.7.18 Safari in the nearby Murchison Falls National Park. At the delta of the Victoria Nile you go for a hunt for lions, leopards, buffalos, giraffes, antelopes, elephants, hippos and and and ....................... In the afternoon, boat trip to the Murchison Falls - a one-time ride along crocodiles, hippos and a variety of waterfowl Hiking to the upper waterfalls. There you can admire the breathtaking falls up close. Uganda's largest national park (3840qkm) protects an extensive savanna bisected by the mighty Nile. It owes its name to the spectacular Murchison Falls, where the second longest foot in the world shoots with great force through a narrow gap in the rift valley slope and falls suddenly deep into a foaming pool. Livestock has largely recovered from the damage done by poachers in the 1970s and 1980s. If you are in the Borassus grasslands north of the White Nile on an animal watching tour, you will often encounter elephant, buffalo, Rothschild giraffe and various antelope species. You can also see lions and leopards more and more often. In the Budongo Forest, in the southeast of the park, chimpanzees and other primates live. The Nile is home to the densest hippopotamus and crocodile stocks in the world, as well as feeding a variety of aquatic birds, including the rare Shoebill Stork Overnight at Mama Washindi Lodge

25.7.18 Return to Entebbe with possibility to do some shopping in Kampala Depending on the time of arrival visit of the botanical garden Overnight in Entebbe

26.7.18 Drop-off at the airport, departure Price per person in a double room with half board:

  • 700 Euro with safari in Muchison Falls National Park
  • 600 euros without a safari

Extension with gorilla tracking and Uganda round trip possible

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"Religion that God our Father accepts as pure and faultless is this: to look after orphans and widows in their distress and to keep oneself from being polluted by the world."
(Jak. 1:27)

Our current project

With your help, the kitchen and the dormitories could be completed. Thank you so much to everyone who was there for us!

A simple community school is currently needed. Not all children in the surrounding villages can attend our school because the distances are too great and the paths too dangerous. Again and again you can encounter elephants, buffalos or other animals that cross to the Nile to drink water. For this reason we decided to build a primary school with four classrooms in one of the villages so that all children can go to school.

Such a building with four classrooms costs about 12,000 euros. A lot of thanks to a generous donation from Denmark, we were able to credit 3,500 euros. So we are only missing 8,500 euros.

A big thank you to everyone who makes this project possible. You can donate directly here.