Robin and Debbie dropped in on the first year Religious Education class at Nyakato College. Monica and Masebuka were delighted to see them and show them around their college. Robin and Debbie were visiting the former Mayega Children’s Centre students and the college to get information on courses on offer next year. With three Mayega School leavers set to join the Moving -on Project in January they were talking to staff and taking photographs to show to the prospective students.
The Jolly Ristorante in Edinburgh and Busega Scotland are about to launch Busega Pizza Aid! What is it and how did it come about? Busega Scotland have nominated a pizza served at the Jolly and for each pizza sold our charity will receive a donation from the restaurant – semplice e magnifico!
John and Christine have been customers at the Jolly for as long as they can remember. Without doubt it serves the best pizzas bar none. John and Vito (the owner of the Jolly) were talking about Jolly pizzas and those served by Mwanza’s only pizza restaurant, called Kuleana’s. Menus have been swopped and Vito became interested in Busega Scotland’s work in Tanzania. From that Busega Pizza Aid was born – safi sana!
Vito said he has an interest in Africa and was attracted to Busega Scotland because he believes that ‘everyone deserves a chance and it is a good thing to help other people’. His advice about the nominated pizza was simple, ‘choose the Jolly Pizza because it is our most popular!’.
If you are in Edinburgh you will find the Jolly in the centre of town at 9, Elm Row, EH7 4AA. Also, we are trying to turn Busega Pizza Aid into a pizza aid movement. So, if you are regular at a restaurant and think the owner may be interested, then together we can do the rest. It is not complicated and all the money raised will go to Mayega Children’s Centre. Many thanks to Vito for starting us off and for his support of Busega Scotland.
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