Learning Beyond BordersThese are just a few of the pieces from this year's Art for Awareness Auction! With the support and generosity of local artists, we are fundraising for primary schools in rural Uganda. Have a look through the auction to find some amazing art (and great Christmas gifts). By participating in the auction you will be supporting a global education initiative as well as local artists as 50% of the proceeds will go towards LBB supported schools and 50% will go to the artist. Visit our event at https://www.facebook.com/events/183480205909333/ to view dozens of more art pieces!Learning Beyond Borders added 9 new photos — in Edmonton, Alberta.09.12.2018 at 04:15 amLike
Learning Beyond BordersHEAL International is participating in Benevity’s Giving Tuesday Twitter challenge starting at 7am! Benevity will donate $10 for each retweet of their video in which HEAL is tagged. Follow these instructions to participate and help HEAL raise money to support youth in Uganda! Only the first 10 000 tweets will be counted so share with all your friends and start tweeting at 7am!27.11.2018 at 07:07 amLike
Learning Beyond BordersCALLING ALL ARTISTS. We will be holding our Annual Art for Awareness auction from Nov. 26th-Dec. 15th this year! We are looking for artists in the Edmonton area who would like to donate their art to raise money for Kakooga and Rugaga Primary schools in Uganda. Artists will also receive 50% commission of each piece sold! If you or anyone you know is an artist who would like to support education and also sell their art, send us a message or email us at email@example.com at 06:52 pmLike
Learning Beyond BordersA big thank you to everyone that came out to our Celebrating Uganda event earlier this year! Dr. Arif was able to deliver the map to the students of Kakooga Primary School. They loved seeing the places that UofA students had moved from and were surprised that they came from all over the world. Hopefully we’ll be able to bring them something next year too!07.10.2018 at 03:13 amLike
When you're looking for a snack on the streets of Uganda, the rolex you need to try isn't one that tells time. Made as an omelette and vegetables rolled up in chapati (flatbread), the rolex is one of Uganda's favourite street foods!
Here's a photo taken by Hannah Brooks Photography of a street stall and skilled vendor ready to start cooking!
RECIPE for the Ugandan rolex: http://www.inkampala.com/food/ugandan-rolex/21.08.2018 at 04:00 pmLike
Learning Beyond BordersShout out and congratulations to the University of Alberta Bridges to Prosperity Chapter on their project in Bolivia! With the hard work and perseverance of global citizens like them, we can support greater accessibility to education in remote communities.
https://www.folio.ca/u-of-a-students-build-bridge-to-help-bolivian-children-stay-in-school/26.07.2018 at 04:23 pmLike
Learning Beyond BordersWhile it has been a mix of rain and sunshine here in Alberta, in Uganda, June-August is the dry season. If you're still planning a vacation, this is a great time to go trekking or go on a safari in Uganda!
The photos below were taken just as the rainy season was taking off last year. Thank you to Hannah Brooks Photography for sharing these photos! Check out more from Hannah by visiting her FB page or website: https://hannahbrooksphotography.com/Learning Beyond Borders added 3 new photos.03.07.2018 at 04:25 pmLike
Learning Beyond BordersThe AEGY in Kamuli, Uganda are doing incredible work. By teaching both young girls AND boys about menstruation, they are ensuring menstruation is not something to fear or be ashamed of. They are ensuring young girls have access to resources and knowledge for menstrual hygiene.
It is NOT okay for young girls to lose educational opportunities due to stigma. Thanks for your inspirational work AEGY in creating equal access to education and thank you Alberta Council for Global Cooperation for sharing.
#DignityforAllGirls #GenderEqualityLearning Beyond Borders shared Alberta Council for Global Cooperation's post.29.05.2018 at 05:14 pmLike
Check out the rhythmic dancing at 0:47 or those mouth watering snacks at 0:25...mmmm 😋
Thanks for capturing this Taylor Moulton Media! Check out Taylor's website http://www.tsmoulton.com/ and instagram @taylormoulton https://youtu.be/wEdpGqWdlVc25.05.2018 at 09:23 pmLike
Learning Beyond BordersThis week's spotlight is on Rediet. When we talked about cultural exchange between Uganda and Canada, one thing Rediet envisioned for students in Canada was greater community building.
Inspired by his words (below), we encourage YOU to build the courage to talk to someone who may at first seem very different from you. There may be more common ground than you realize!
Have you had a chance to make a new friend recently? Tag them below and give them a shout out or compliment!17.05.2018 at 03:00 pmLike