HIV is a killer! AID is not good!
Thanks for your recent generous gift to Prevent HIV-AID through Awareness in South Sudan project. Your commitment to help with this cause is really appreciated by our board of trustees.
This is a hardest campaign against a common enemy HIV-AID. Before this project you cannot talk about HIV and sexual issues openly in Omilling. Most think is against the culture. To do voluntary HIV-testing was nearly impossible. This awareness campaign has changed the attitudes of people not only in Omilling but also in the county as a whole. In this past quarter 18 people did HIV-AID voluntary test to know their status, and ten workshops were held.
The beneficiaries are eager to see this project progressing. They need your help to change the negative attitudes against HIV-AID and the victims.
In the next field update we will send you a quarterly field reports about our work. You will get to know what your donation has helped impact, and what we have achieved.
New tree is a start of new hope!
Thanks for your recent generous gift to Give Fruit and a Greener Environment in South Sudan project. Your commitment to help with this project is really appreciated by our trustees.
What next? With your donation the following seedlings have been purchased from suppliers in Uganda and transported to south Sudan: 15 Indian mango seedlings, 12 jack fruit seedlings, 24 avocado seedlings, and 20 Eucalyptus tree seedlings
The beneficiaries are eager to see this project progressing. They need your help to plant more fruit seedlings and different type of trees. Omilling people said this project will give food, green environment, and fresh air in the futute.
In the next field update we will be able to post closet up images of this project where we will tell you how this project is moving forward, and the reaction from people of Omilling. Local volunteers are really working hard to making sure this initiative becomes a success.
Water and food are complementary to each in onura!
Thanks for your recent generous gift to Give a Village Drinking Water in South Sudan project. Your commitment to help women to get out of water poverty is really appreciated by our trustees.
What is next? A final hand water pump will be drilled and installed this month or next. A Water drilling firm is coming from Uganda to do the work since we have secured the funding.
We are requesting our donors to be patient because in a next field report images of project will be posted with a final report.