This project is fully funded! Thanks for your long term support to Reduce Hunger and Women's workloads in South Sudan. HopeOfiriha is happy! Women are happy! Girls are dancing! Onura/Omilling is liberated from hunger. Thanks GlobalGiving for making this possible for all parties!
HopeOfiriha has ordered for a grinding mill machine from a supplier in Kampala. The order is placed December 10th 2013 by a purchasing team made of 2 people. It will take three weeks for an order from India to Kampala. They will call next Monday to inform HopeOfiriha as to when it should pick the good.
When HopeOfiriha receives the order, it will share the news with you. This long road is nearly coming to an end, and let's wait patiently as our supplier stated.
Thanks for your recent donation to Sponsor South Sudanese Refugee children in Uganda.
123 students who received financial support in the second term to complete senior four (S4) have returned after writing their exams. These students will continue their studies in Southern Sudan.
Just 65 pupils will continue to benefit from the project, and they will report to their respective schools in February 2014. These children want an education, but still need your hand-up not hand-out to stay in school.
After three, months, a new field update will be posted, so you get to know what impact your contribution has created to give an education these children have been longing.
Thanks for your recent generous gift to Stop Cook stoves from Killing in South Sudan.
We sincerely do appreciate your commitment to help women and girls suffering from toxic oxygen and open fire burn. This initiative has been a great asset for beneficiaries in Omilling. They use wood clay stove for cooking instead of traditional three stones open fire stove which is dangerous. This has improved their health, and protect many to contract lung disease. For two years now, no beneficiary reported to a clinic for fire burn. Most families are opting to cook with wood clay stove because is save, energy efficient, and environment friendly.
Two trainees have been identified to be trained in the skill for making wood clay stove. They will be trained in Uganda in January 2014. Ms.Itwari is a clay stove trainer, and a client in the microloan program in Kampala.
The beneficiaries are eager to see this cause moving forward, but they need your help, so many are trained in the skill of making the clay stove to improve their health, and environment.
A new field update will be posted in the next three months, so you get to know what impact your contribution has help to create in Omilling countryside.