Ngoma Aid Foundation

To promote and bring about amicable change, emphasise togetherness and co operation amongst individuals in order to bring about a positive transformation of the community and as a result reducing ignorance, poverty levels, conflicts and corruption within the society, as well as introducing a healthy and manageable society within the state, and ensuring sustainable environmental management.
May 13, 2014

The New Term is Around the Corner

Like the saying goes, time flies. It has been a fast three months since i wrote the last report. It is amazing that am one day late to submit the latest report. I am happy to be communicating to the people who make it possible for us to meet our goals and objectives. Thank you so much for the support.

The children are currently home for their first term holidays and all is well. They had a peaceful term albeit with some challenges because our capacity was over stretched. We are still going through tough times and it is difficult to explain to a young child why she will not be having her meal for any reason in the world. We are striving and determined to continue to make ends meet. We need all the supoport in the world.

The children are going back to school with fresh demands right from scholastic materials, school fees, feeding and maintenance. It is a challenging time for the project because our fundraising is currently low. We hope that all will be well and we are determined to keep pushing on. We kindly request you to keep the support coming through and are grateful for the your support always.

The struggle continues.

May 9, 2014

Cannot Wait to Travel Again

I would like to send my regards to our donors and well wishers. I appreciate all the support and assistance you extend to us. We are committed to continue working with you as you continue to help the Foundation achieve her project objectives. 

I have not had any training opportunities, either local or international since i sent the last report. I could not go to the Trade Policy Training Centre in Afrcia - Arusha Tanzania because i was offered a partial scholarship and could not raise the required contribution. I missed the March and May 2014 intake but tried to make the best of the time i would have otherwise spent at the training centre. I am glad my hard work has already yielded results.

I am glad to inform you that i managed to get a two week Fellowship to Netherland at the begining of 2015 for two weeks. It is an all expenses paid trip and i will be happy network and create awareness for the organisation while in the Netherlands. I am also expecting positive results from Singapore for a one week training scheduled for September 2014, all expenses paid trip. I equally should network and fundraise for the Foundation for the one week i will be in Asia. 

It is all exciting news and am happy that something is coming through. I am however expected to cater for my own transport to and from the airport in my country and was also asked to pay an application fee for the Netherland Fellowship after they had selected my application. 

I kindly request for your support always as we continue to strive to meet our set objectives. Thank you always for the support. 

Apr 14, 2014

One Year Gone, The Healing Goes on

Close to a year ago, Kilembe mines area was hit by devastating floods that wahsed away homes, took dear lives, destroyed property, seperated families and generally affected peoples lives forever. Like i have said before, it is amazing how time flies and one thing i have noticed is that human nature moves on even after the worst of disasters although it is hard to forget. 

As i type, Kilembe mines is preparing for a Chinese company take over and there is some renewed hope that life might come back to normal in this part of the country. The roads and some of the broken bridges have been repaired by the Government although some houses will never stand again.

The hospital is operational although the staff were recently on strike because they had not been paid in months and yet the hospital quarters were the most affected areas. Part of your donations were meant to aid the hospital and am sure any contribution can still make a difference. Much as it is true that the infrastructure is being replaced, the common man and woman, particularly the elderly, women, PWDs, vulnerable and disadvantaged children still need our help. Some need to revive their $50 businesses like selling vegetables, students need scholarstic materials etc

I am very positive we can make a difference with your support. I request that you continue to help us make that difference. We appreciate your support always.

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