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    in Uganda Africa I had the amazing opportunity to witness and experience love from a different perspective Immersed in the lives of 120 orphans who were rescued more than a decade ago and established in a life of community made up of themselves three Mamas a school headmaster various teachers an administrative coordinator Papa Duncan and volunteers from beyond Africa who come to serve love and learn in this place known as Kasozi Village Founder Duncan Hill and some of the kids Kasozi began in 2002 as a vision in a man s heart a deep stirring to help children in the war torn landscape of Uganda devastated by disease and fragmented families Kasozi means Hill in Lugandan Kasozi is Duncan Hill Papa Duncan a Bozeman resident who founded Uganda Orphans Fund 2002 and Kasozi Village Orphage in 2006 Somehow Love overcame his heart to do something extraordinary seemingly impossible Some of the children s stories before Kasozi are tragic unbearable All of them have experienced abandonment and great loss It is extremely difficult to overcome such painful experiences as a child to heal from the inner most being to be free from haunting memories and wounds to the soul But I witnessed such overcoming in these children They came to Kasozi as orphans but are orphans no longer Kasozi Village In Africa education is not free it has a significant price Kasozi hosts a primary school on the premises All Kasozi children are educated The oldest children now entering high school ride their bikes or board at distant secondary schools A few go on to trade schools They have become the leaders of the village They help oversee the younger ones in daily tasks hauling water from the hand pump well working in the garden or food preparation washing clothes by hand bathing from a bucket brushing teeth They are mentors in character development and encouragement in education They are similar to children around the world they are not perfect but they are incredibly resilient They are tall in stature and respect walking out the miracle of discovering who they are and what they are meant for They are the leaders in the church meeting nightly to pray and thank God for all He has done for them They are full of appreciation and joy for being alive safe cared for loved On my last days at Kasozi I found myself looking across the faces and landscape where the miracle of restoration has occurred I thought of Jeremiah 29 11 13 For I know the plans I have for you declares the Lord plans to prosper you and not to harm you plans to give you hope and a future 12 Then you will call on me and come and pray to me and I will listen to you 13 You will seek me and find me when you seek me with all your heart These children of Kasozi exemplify these words they are living miracles of a vision

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    devastated by disease and fragmented families Kasozi means Hill in Lugandan Kasozi is Duncan Hill Papa Duncan a Bozeman resident who founded Uganda Orphans Fund 2002 and Kasozi Village Orphage in 2006 Somehow Love overcame his heart to do something extraordinary seemingly impossible Some of the children s stories before Kasozi are tragic unbearable All of them have experienced abandonment and great loss It is extremely difficult to overcome such painful experiences as a child to heal from the inner most being to be free from haunting memories and wounds to the soul But I witnessed such overcoming in these children They came to Kasozi as orphans but are orphans no longer Kasozi Village In Africa education is not free it has a significant price Kasozi hosts a primary school on the premises All Kasozi children are educated The oldest children now entering high school ride their bikes or board at distant secondary schools A few go on to trade schools They have become the leaders of the village They help oversee the younger ones in daily tasks hauling water from the hand pump well working in the garden or food preparation washing clothes by hand bathing from a bucket brushing teeth They are mentors in character development and encouragement in education They are similar to children around the world they are not perfect but they are incredibly resilient They are tall in stature and respect walking out the miracle of discovering who they are and what they are meant for They are the leaders in the church meeting nightly to pray and thank God for all He has done for them They are full of appreciation and joy for being alive safe cared for loved On my last days at Kasozi I found myself looking across the faces and landscape where the miracle of restoration has occurred I thought of Jeremiah 29 11 13 For I know the plans I have for you declares the Lord plans to prosper you and not to harm you plans to give you hope and a future 12 Then you will call on me and come and pray to me and I will listen to you 13 You will seek me and find me when you seek me with all your heart These children of Kasozi exemplify these words they are living miracles of a vision put on a man s heart to do something extraordinary to love beyond impossible and to welcome others to do the same Posted in Uncategorized Update Leave a comment Serving the Least of These Posted on December 2 2014 by Susan Hill Over the twelve plus years since the inception of Uganda Orphans Fund many wonderful people have stepped forward to help UOF rescue children at risk We d like to highlight some of those who are currently serving in Uganda on their own dime giving their time energy wisdom and compassion to run the orphan complex at Kasozi Village Beckie Bagby Beckie Bagby was an intensive

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    in the lives of 120 orphans who were rescued more than a decade ago and established in a life of community made up of themselves three Mamas a school headmaster various teachers an administrative coordinator Papa Duncan and volunteers from beyond Africa who come to serve love and learn in this place known as Kasozi Village Founder Duncan Hill and some of the kids Kasozi began in 2002 as a vision in a man s heart a deep stirring to help children in the war torn landscape of Uganda devastated by disease and fragmented families Kasozi means Hill in Lugandan Kasozi is Duncan Hill Papa Duncan a Bozeman resident who founded Uganda Orphans Fund 2002 and Kasozi Village Orphage in 2006 Somehow Love overcame his heart to do something extraordinary seemingly impossible Some of the children s stories before Kasozi are tragic unbearable All of them have experienced abandonment and great loss It is extremely difficult to overcome such painful experiences as a child to heal from the inner most being to be free from haunting memories and wounds to the soul But I witnessed such overcoming in these children They came to Kasozi as orphans but are orphans no longer Kasozi Village In Africa education is not free it has a significant price Kasozi hosts a primary school on the premises All Kasozi children are educated The oldest children now entering high school ride their bikes or board at distant secondary schools A few go on to trade schools They have become the leaders of the village They help oversee the younger ones in daily tasks hauling water from the hand pump well working in the garden or food preparation washing clothes by hand bathing from a bucket brushing teeth They are mentors in character development and encouragement in education They are similar to children around the world they are not perfect but they are incredibly resilient They are tall in stature and respect walking out the miracle of discovering who they are and what they are meant for They are the leaders in the church meeting nightly to pray and thank God for all He has done for them They are full of appreciation and joy for being alive safe cared for loved On my last days at Kasozi I found myself looking across the faces and landscape where the miracle of restoration has occurred I thought of Jeremiah 29 11 13 For I know the plans I have for you declares the Lord plans to prosper you and not to harm you plans to give you hope and a future 12 Then you will call on me and come and pray to me and I will listen to you 13 You will seek me and find me when you seek me with all your heart These children of Kasozi exemplify these words they are living miracles of a vision put on a man s heart to do something extraordinary to love beyond impossible and to welcome others

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