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.
Oct 18, 2013

Kilembe is beginning to raise again

Greetings to all our friends, well wishers and donors. Thank you for your support and we hope you continue supporting our project. It seems like yesterday since the last report came through. I cannot believe that it is three months already. 

A lot has been happening since I last posted a report. I am happy to let you know that the government intervened and is doing work on the main infrastructure like the destroyed roads and there is a promise to reconstruct the bridges. The only hospital in the area has since opened with goevrnment support and some well wishers and other than the bare site, where some of the houses stood, life is slowly crawling back to normal. 

On the project part, fundraising has been a challenge but we are hopefully that we can persist and hopefully get funds to complete the project. Much as infrastructure is being replaced/reconstructed, it is imperative to note that the common man and woman whose everything was washed away by the runnway floods still needs our help and support. The old woman with a tomato stall in the market whose capital was less than 100 dollars, and which stall is the family business that supports some two to five people, would be happy to be suppoorted and have her tomato stall back. 

It is my humble appeal that we join hands and make a difference. Sometimes it does not take much to sustain a life especially in my part of the world. We will be happy to try and get people back to their stalls, get people back to activities that help them support their families. I see old people trying against all means to survive and appreciate that life is a struggle. It is also saddening to see a child drop out of school because their families cannot afford 100 dollars in three months. 

We look forward to your continued support. Nothing is too small to make a difference.

Oct 7, 2013

It is Pretty Tough

I am happy yet again to be in touch with our donors, friends and well wishers. Allow me extend my warm regards. I am grateful for your support and  pray that you continue to support our projects and fundraising efforts so that we can achieve our goals. 

It has been pretty tough getting funds through in the recent past although we are continuosly trying to reach out to our donors, friends and well wishers to keep supporting the projeect. We are hopeful that we will achieve our goal of construting the remaining two homes with your effort and thus request that you help support our fundraising efforts. Not much progress has been made to this project since our last report and the reason is that we have been limited by funds. We however still need to go on with the project because the targeted beneficiaries still need to be helped. By building our beneficiaries the homes, we will not only be providing shelter to the grandmothers but we will also be offering shelter to the orphaned grand children who have lost their parents to HIV/AIDS. Usually these young men and women are left in the care of their grandmothers, who most times do not have much.

I can only stress that we are only able to do our work with your support and contributions towards the project.I request that you keep this project at heart and also request you to tell others about it. This will help boost our fundraising efforts. Thank you once again for your support and i request you keep supporting us especially through the hard times. 


 



Aug 21, 2013

Fresh From Beijing

After my maiden overseas trip to Washington DC in April 2013, another rare opportunity for overseas travel came knocking for an all expense paid three weeks trip to Beijing China. The trips to Washington Dc and Beijing were both long trips/flights and i loved the challenges of overseas travel especially for someone who bad not been beyond neighbouring Kenya until recently. 

I enjoyed my stay in China and am looking forward to my next trravel experience. I attended an International Conference on Climate change in Guiyang City and attended a seminar on climate change for three weeks in Beijing. The training on climate change could not come at a better time of the year given that it had not rained for fourt month in Ngoma Sub County, most evidently due to  climate change, a phenomenon that is still new to most people in rural areas of Uganda. I am gald i can now train my community about climate change.

I continue to make friends for my organiosation and community during my travels,and, am excited about my new contacts, friends etc. The benefits from my Beijing trip can only be handled at national level for the larger comunity and am engaging some of the peoples' representatives so that we tap into what China has to offer to the local people particularly the people in my community. I will certainly keep you informed on any developments. 

I am looking forward to my next international engagement. It might take time to realise some of the things i want to do as a human being but am ready for the wait. I pray that you keep supporting this project for the benefit of the organisation and the entire community.

Thank you for the support 

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