Kampala, Uganda. Meet Kyendikuwa Francis, a young man aged 24 who received a Watipa scholarship in 2016 to support his studies in hotel and institutional catering.
Receiving a scholarship means a lot to me. I have always prayed hard to receive this scholarship opportunity and this will greatly facilitate me with financial aid during my academic session. Continue reading “Meet a scholar: Kuyendikuwa, Uganda”
On International Human Rights Day last Saturday (10th December), we had the great pleasure in announcing the winners of the inaugural Watipa scholarships. Continue reading “Humility and grace”
It is 3 years ago today that we lost the friend, mother, wife, daughter and beautiful soul of Claire Lee (Gaston-Parry). Claire’s generous and kind spirit lives on. Continue reading “Remembering Claire – the gift of life”
Long walks in parks, forests and woodlands are a perfect backdrop for thinking… This time of year is stunning in the Northern hemisphere. The leaves have changed colour and light up the scene with tinges of yellow, gold, orange, red. It literally feels like you are walking through a painting. The ground is dusted with fallen leaves, a carpet of colours that mirror patterns of leaves, holding tight, on branches of trees above. Continue reading “From acorns to oak trees”