Hope Ofiriha

We empower women and children living in rural communities to overcome social injustice, disease, illiteracy, and poverty. Our small-scale interventions enhance their social and economic well being and help them reach their potential.
Apr 7, 2015

Thanks for Giving more Beehives

We need your help to make Beehives!
We need your help to make Beehives!

Thanks for your continued support to promote Beekeeping.
The wild monkeys destroyed beehives a year ago which had an adverse impact on a project pushing it to a scratch level. We are adding a funding goal by and additional of $10,000-, because of this. We are appreciate your understanding in this matter.

Your gift and donations from different contributors will help make ten new hives in 2015 to add to 50 hives produced in 2014. Hope Ofiriha distributes these bee hives to 11 households.

Although the road to a project is always too bad, and unpaved. At this stage, it is manageable to drive at a start of a rainfall. The security in the County has been inadequate since earlier March. Before a project distributes hives to beneficiaries - Hope Ofiriha makes sure a truck can go cautiously and return safely. We are still contemplating a date, and once set up the goods will be transported to a site in this April.

Hope Ofiriha will be sending you a new field update report after a quarter to inform you with stages we are taking to rebuild a project, and how your contribution is making the impact in the ground.

Owinyikibul villagers clashed with new recruits in earlier March. The government and the opposition have failed to reach a peace deal despite the pressure from IGAD, UN, and the World. There are new fierce clashes in Jonglei and Upper Nile States. Humanitarian situation is worsening. There are 1.5 million people displaced from their villages of which some are living in exile as refugees.

In Owinyikibul of Magwi County, new soldiers recruit clashed with local villagers earlier March. The drunken soldier had refused to pay for the services where he was stuck in a bar fighting. He then organized his fellow recruits burning more than 100 houses and market stalls in retaliation. One recruit in the clashes. A chief has blamed the trainers for failing to keep discipline.

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Apr 3, 2015

Women immensely Happy

I am happy with GlobalGiving donors
I am happy with GlobalGiving donors
Thank you supporting South Sudanese Refugees in Uganda.
You made it again in 2015: Your money and cash from other sources helped a project to give money in hands of 359 economically active clients both in South Sudan and Uganda. Loan capital from Deki is a liability which is repayable back at the end of partnership period.

By the time of this reporting:
  • Hope Ofiriha provided small loans to ten clients from funding from GlobalGiving.
  • With Deki loan capital; it enables 329 active clients to do an income-generating activity.
  • With a grant from W4 Hope Ofiriha had given microloans to 40 clients.
With a grant loan capital from GlobalGiving and W4 a charity do not repay back. The money collected from entrepreneurs are recycle in a form of new loans to new clients. The repayments have been excellent, and refugees in Uganda and returnees in Magwi County are progressing with their business.
In a next quarter, we will send you a new field report to let you know the impact of your contribution. The positive change it created in a life of refugees in Uganda and an education their children receiving.

Owinyikibul villagers clashed with new recruits in earlier March.

The government and the opposition have failed to reach a peace deal despite the pressure from IGAD, UN, and the World. There are new fierce clashes in Jonglei and Upper Nile States. Humanitarian situation is worsening. There are 1.5 million people displaced from their villages of which some are living in exile as refugees.
In Owinyikibul of Magwi County, new soldiers recruit clashed with local villagers earlier March. The drunken soldier had refused to pay for the services where he was stuck in a bar fighting. He then organized his fellow recruits burning more than 100 houses and market stalls in retaliation. One recruit in the clashes. A chief has blamed the trainers for failing to keep discipline.
 

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Apr 1, 2015

We do it aggressively and loudly.

HIV-AIDS Awareness workshop held under tree
HIV-AIDS Awareness workshop held under tree

Thanks for your continued support to prevent HIV-AIDS via Awareness.
Your money together with cash from another source will sponsor five HIV-AIDs Awareness Workshops from March to July. This initiative has been possible with funding from South Sudanese community in Diaspora (USA, UK, and Australia). The project will also provide necessary materials for workshop gatherings. The trainers will hold discussions with villagers how to use a condom, and demonstrate to both boys and girls how to wear it. By cultural practices, the use of a condom is not traditional. Talk about sex openly is illegal. The trainers will do their best to promote the acceptance in a village. A project will do it aggressively and loudly.

In next three months, a new field progress update will be posted so that you get to know the impact your contribution is helping to create.

 Owinyikibul villagers clashed with new recruits in earlier March.
The government and the opposition have failed to reach a peace deal despite the pressure from IGAD, UN, and the World. There are new fierce clashes in Jonglei and Upper Nile States. Humanitarian situation is worsening. There are 1.5 million people displaced from their villages of which some are living in exile as refugees.

In Owinyikibul of Magwi County, new soldiers recruit clashed with local villagers earlier March. The drunken soldier had refused to pay for the bill where he was stabbed in a bar fighting. He then organized his fellow recruits burning more than 100 houses and market stalls in retaliation. One recruit killed in the clashes. A chief has blamed the trainers for failing to keep discipline.

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