Sometimes It Looks Like Something You See In A Magazine 😍
You could almost see the headline 'Celebrity Couple Spotted On Paradise Getaway' but this was taken on the road trip part of our tour, where this beach is only one hour away from Melbourne.
The community service elements built into our programs allow participants to really immerse themselves in a place and share an experience with local people, bridging the gap that often exists between visitor and host.
We work hard to ensure that the work our groups do are grounded in community needs and vision and are executed through local leadership. Additionally, volunteer work helps build self-confidence and self-belief as students learn new skills and take on new roles.
READ MY STORY PLEASE . KNOW WHO IS KULABAKO PAUL
To my Facebook friends , my prove to those who may not believe in me , , am Kulabako Paul Kwagala with three name ,the first name kulabako is a family name from my father Paul is a religious name and Kwagala is a given name meaning love .
I was born as the first born in our family with 10 children by one father with 7 women , my mummy Rose gave birth to me has his only son and other 2 sisters .
I grew up in a hard working family of one father with 2 sister mothers, who were mainly farmers and looked after cows of their relatives , my parents were both in educated and their highest level was primary five . They did farming and trained the community how to get out of poverty through modern methods of farming , that in 2007 they hosted the president of the Republic of Uganda , H.E kaguta musevin .
I was so hard working at school because my parents where not not so rich and we were many children who wanted to go to school .during my education level I was so bright that I studied on scholarship from primary two to primary four , in primary five I befriended a Catholic friend from USA Mathew young who paid for my school fees almost a year and I was charged the school .
I was taken to St Nicholas preparatory school , here I was blessed in agriculture and I was elected to be among the agricultura club board , and in the year of 2009 I met my dear beloved sweet friend . Becky Clark she loved me so much among the students at the school and she went back to the USA in the he some year , in 2010 I was take to mwiri primary school which was one of the best schools in Uganda , I was under minded by the students and the teachers because I was from a poor family and a cheapest school. although I was , I never gave up , I knew were I come from , and I contested for the prefect position head of agriculture I won the students , my name was always sounding kulabako kulabako .... and I was elected as the head of agriculture , being the head of agriculture I was able to format a school garden which feed the teachers and students , and also invited two of my best friends from USA Michelle Boyd who were volunteers at my far