Today we leave Fort Portal as I head to Sembabule and Jo, Paul and Simon head to Kampala. Whilst in Fort Portal we got to visit a tribe of Pygmies (1st and 2nd photo) that years ago were removed from the nearby forest by the Ugandan Wildlife Authority and promised to be resettled with houses amd infrastructure but instead the ministers who were given the money for the relocation disappeared with the money and left these beautiful people in one of the poorest conditions I have seen. We then travelled to a school in Nyahuka at the Ugandan and DRC border that was set up by Father Fabius and a group of hardworking local women and men and they now have over 600 students attending the school. Chances charity, set up by Jo, sponsors a number of the children in this school, as well as 1000 others throughout Uganda, including the Pygmies, from primary to high school education, healthcare, family support and community building and the effort and accountability that these people go to in providing assistance to these beautiful humans with 100% of the donations going to the recipients, is absolutely mindblowing. The dedication of Chances Charity on the Ugandan side, paired with Jo and Jen in Sydney is truly admirable and the number of hours and sleepless nights they all have because of the hard work they put in is beyond anything I can fathom doing and to be a part of it all I feel truly blessed. Today I will get a lift with my friends down towards Sembabule, where I will put shoes on and run, for the first time on this trip, because I stepped on a giant thorn yesterday and had to cut it out last night. I will be visiting a project started by a dear friend of mine, Judi Gentry, whom I met in Uganda 6 years ago and we have stayed in constant contact since. What can you do today for someone else?