Last year the CHIPS Uganda project became it's own independent charity which now goes by the name of CPAD.
The latest news from the CPAD board is that they are working hard to seek funding for their new programmes in the area around the border. They have developed some good proposals for their work supporting schools in the many communities which are well established there. They have also been sending out a proposal for a poultry project at Okulonyo and in surrounding villages.
It is great news that these proposals have been completed and so we will now be praying with the CPAD board that funders in Uganda and elsewhere will pick up these opportunities.
Meanwhile, we continue to remember the workers of CPAD who live in and around the Okulonyo base, and pray that their many years of peacemaking training with CHIPS and CPAD will continue to show through in their lives as people of peace in their communties.