During my time in Uganda, one of my jobs was to go around to different schools in the Gulu district and photograph buildings that Invisible Children was working on renovating. I loved this job, as it gave me a rare look into the life and educational system there. An IC engineer and I would hop on a motorcycle and drive somewhere between 10-50 […]

Clean Water? You Got It!

In November, I got to witness a borehole drilling in the outskirts of Gulu. Invisible Children and charity:water have teemed up and are drilling 20 boreholes for rural communities in northern Uganda. All 20 bore holes will be placed in and around Invisible Children’s Village Savings and Loan Associations (VSLA) groups, with each well providing enough clean water for 250-1,200 […]