Distributing Food and Other Essentials in Uganda

By AAHAdmin | July 7, 2020

Written By Phoebe Lubango, Director of Education Services, AAH Uganda I am glad to share with you this information and the excitement from the children and vulnerable community members from Matuwa and Bududa when news broke that AAH was going to distribute some food and other necessities. We could not hold our tears seeing many…

Creative Tips to Help You Combat Stress and Avoid Parental Burnout This Summer

By AAHAdmin | July 6, 2020

Juggling all of your responsibilities during this time is extra challenging. These strategies can help you navigate it all with less exhaustion and more joy.

The Next Normal and Workplace Changes

By AAHAdmin | July 3, 2020

During this time, AAH is pleased to provide information to help make our current situation a little easier. Below is an article by Marina Khidekel, originally published on Thrive Global. A link to the original article is here. As we start to think about what our offices and businesses will look like once we begin the re-entry to work (our…

Practicing Compassion at Work During COVID-19 and Beyond

By AAHAdmin | June 27, 2020

During this time, AAH is pleased to provide information to help make our current situation a little easier. Below is an article by Marina Khidekel, originally published on Thrive Global. A link to the original article is here. In this time of great uncertainty in the world, a new approach to leadership is needed: one that…

How AJS has impacted on individual lives in the rural community

By AAHAdmin | June 26, 2020

Our students in Uganda have been writing essays as they continue learning remotely. We are happy to share their work. Please note student work is presented in its original content. My name is Becky Namubiru. I am in Grade Four at Arlington Junior School. This school has helped improve the lives of individuals in different…

Essential Storybooks On Race & Inclusivity For Your Child

By AAHAdmin | June 24, 2020

Here are some free e-books about race and inclusion to start a conversation about systemic racism with your child.

How to set effective boundaries during COVID-19

By AAHAdmin | June 20, 2020

During this time, AAH is pleased to provide information to help make our current situation a little easier. Below is an article by Lindsay Tigar originally published on Ladders. A link to the original article is here. Everyone has a different definition of what balance looks like between work and life. But we are all united by…

HOW AJS HAS HELPED ME TO FIGHT AGAINST COVID19

By AAHAdmin | June 19, 2020

Our students in Uganda have been writing essays as they continue learning remotely. We are happy to share their work. COVID-19 is an air borne disease which is spread from human to human through the droplets of someone who is coughing and sneezing. The signs of covid-19 are coughing, high body temperature, headache and fever. …

Talking about Black Lives Matter to Children

By AAHAdmin | June 18, 2020

A kid-friendly article to discuss the Black Lives Matter movement.

Summer Reading for Kids: Racial Injustice

By AAHAdmin | June 17, 2020

AAH is pleased to provide resources for families, children, and communities to discuss and learn about the Black Lives Matter movement. This book summary is provided by The Conscious Kid. Click here to access the original article. Dr. Marietta Collins, Co-author of Something Happened in Our Town: A Child’s Story About Racial Injustice (APA/Magination Press) Something Happened…