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Category Archives: Bududa Emergency – 2010 Landslide
Although the major landslide occurred several months ago, there is still a pressing need for aid and assistance for the displaced residents of the affected areas. Arlington has continued to support the IDP camp in Bulucheke by donating items, building … Continue reading
Sadness and frustration sets in with survivors who are unable to retrieve the bodies of their loved ones and give them a traditional burial. Bududa Survivors Still Hope to Bury Their Relatives a Month After Landslide Daily Monitor newspaper in … Continue reading
Dear AAH fraternity, It has been gratifying speaking on phone this morning to Mrs. Joyce Wanda who is in Nametsi, Bududa, the very place where the land slide occurred!!!!!!!!!!!! Thank you very much for your concern and efforts to support … Continue reading
Please follow the link below to review our recent report with photos showing AAH’s progress in the temporary camp in eastern Uganda that has been set up for survivors of the Bududa landslide. Thank you to all who have supported … Continue reading
The response to our emergency plea for help for victims of the Bududa landslide has been truly amazing. In less than one week, AAH has received more than $13,000! The AAH Board and staff are grateful beyond words for the … Continue reading
It is 3 days now since the tragedy in Bududa. In those three days, people who survived the landslide have been living in a stupor – wondering why they survived, and where to begin. The survivors know they are lucky. … Continue reading
Yesterday we woke up to the news of a devastating landslide in Bunametsi village. Bunametsi is about 3 miles from the village of Bumwalukani where the AAH primary school is located. Both villages are located in the foothills of Mt. … Continue reading
Latest News Reports: http://www.monitor.co.ug/News/National/-/688334/873452/-/wj62c8/-/index.html http://www.irinnews.org/Report.aspx?ReportId=88319
Last night, there were massive mudslides approximately three miles from the AAH primary school (located in the village of Bumwalukani). CNN is reporting that there are at least 100 dead and 245 people missing. The school building was not affected. We … Continue reading