Message From Our BOD President Julie King

Dear Into Your Hands Friends, I want to introduce you to my new friend Benna. I met Benna on my trip to Uganda last month. She rode up to our…

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My Trip to Uganda

In October 2016 I had the pleasure of accompanying Kristy Hitchings and Julie King from Into Your Hands-Africa on their trip to Uganda.  It was the most amazing trip I…

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Small Family Business are Where You Should Invest Your Money

The idea behind the Adopt a Family Program is to help families become self-empowered so families in turn can build on the foundation to become self-sustainable. When a family is…

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Life Skills Is Shifting our Transitional Educational Programs (and we’re thrilled!)

As you may already be aware, we are in the process of piloting a new Life Skills program for secondary students in an effort to help them to self-fund their…

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“Sometimes, the smallest decisions can change your life forever.”-Keri Russell

Every day, across the world, we all make decisions, large and small that change our lives. In 2007, I decided to accept a call, literally, from Maria Galter (Camp) to…

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Your Impact at Work: An Inside Look at the Community Development Association Program

A few years ago, IYHA started working with community groups to provide training to help members of the communities start new enterprises. We provided classroom training, exposure visits and some…

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Coffee Plantation, Changing the Future

Kalemeera John has been a farmer his whole life. His parents and their parents were subsistence farmers too, relying on maize and beans every season to feed their family. John…

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Our Farmers are Expanding!

Semanda Atanas is the father of two young girls. He and his wife live in the remote village of Kyantale, their small house perched on top of rolling hills of…

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The Experience of a Lifetime

It was the experience of a lifetime! That is what I tell people when they ask about my recent trip with Into Your Hands-Africa to Uganda. It is impossible to…

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