Hope has a special message for you!
You have provided Hope with the best gift of all: the gift of an education. Thanks to you, Hope is one step closer to graduating, andone step closer to creating a better life for herself. Even though you are miles apart from one another, Hope would still like to thank you herself!
You have made all this possible. If you would like to send Hope a letter, send your correspondence to firstname.lastname@example.org. Please remember to include her name in the subject line so we can make sure your message gets to her! We know she'll love hearing from her supporters.
You are a hero-- thank you.
Recheal has a special message for just for you!
You have provided Recheal with the best gift of all: the gift of an education. Thanks to you, Recheal is one step closer to graduating, and one step closer to creating a better life for herself. Even though you are miles apart from each one another, Recheal would like to thank you herself!
You have made all of this possible.
If you would like to send Recheal a letter, please send your correspondence to email@example.com. Just include her name in the subject line, and we’ll make sure that she knows that she has supporters cheering her on.
You are a hero-- thank you!
Your dedication has inspired us!
We are making a new commitment to the grannies of Nyaka.
We are commited to providing services to three more districts - a total of approximately 15,000 grannies!
Click here to watch the announcement from Executive Director and Founder, Twesigye Jackson Kaguri as he announces our new commitment at Clinton Global Initiative.
In the month of September, you helped provide 16 houses, smokeless kitchens and sanitary latrines for Nyaka grannies like Granny or Kaaka Kyarimpa.
You are fantastic!
On October 17th, Global Giving brings you the final Bonus Day of the year. Starting at midnight, all gifts will be matched at 30% up to $1,000!
Grannies like Kaaka Kyarimpa are still waiting for your help!
67 year old Kaaka Kyarimpa lives in Byongo Village near Kutamba Primary School. She cares for three grandchildren and is active in her grandmother group. She lost her husband a long time ago and since then she has been staying in difficult conditions.
Kaaka Kyarimpa is sickly, has no source of income and finds it difficult to provide enough food for her family. She was forced to abandon her house when the lower side collapsed (see below) and she could not raise funds to repair it. Luckily her neighbor was able to give her a small room where she could stay with her grandchildren.
As one of the beneficiaries of the 2012 Nyaka Housing project you support, Kaaka Kyarimpa and her grandchildren will live a better life because of her improved living conditions that include a new house and a pit latrine. (See below.)
Do you see that little one standing right in front of Kaaka Kyarimpa?
That child is a nursery student attending Kutamba Primary School that will now be able to rest in a safer home, have a healthier caregiver and be less likely to catch diseases due to the use of an unsanitary latrine.
YOU did all of that.
So today, celebrate your personal fight against poverty by doing three things.
Your impact is HUGE and we could not continue to do this work without you!