Over the past ten years, Barbara Gibby and a small group of volunteers have worked to improve the lives of Uganda's children by building wells and supporting schools. In this engaging, informative, and inspirational book, Gibby weaves together firsthand stories of Uganda's violent history, uncertain present, vibrant culture and dedicated community leaders. At the same time, shetraces the process of becoming involved in such a project and persevering despite numerous setbacks. The book demonstrates that a small grassroots organization can make a difference in the world. By turns painful and exhilarating, always honest and deeply affecting, Gibby's book gives readers a chance to hear and learn from a variety of Ugandan voices. It will provide new insights for specialist readers as well as those learning about Uganda for the first time.