Reduce Hunger and Women's Workloads in South Sudan

 
$9,000
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Mar 19, 2012

March 2012:Field Report

Project beneficiary
Project beneficiary

Thanks for your recent generous gift to Reduce Hunger and Women's Workloads in South Sudan.
Your commitment to help women and children to get out from poverty is appreciated by our Board, and those who benefit most – the children!

Your donation will be used to purchase a community grinding mill once the total amount is raise. You help raised $5,555 and we are getting closer to reaching the goal. The beneficiaries are eager to see this project progressing.

Meanwhile, we will keep you updated through our quarterly field report and monthly news via our website.

Once again, thank you for all you do for Hope Ofiriha.

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Dec 27, 2011

Thank You for Your Support!

Miss Akello Susan, a new Field Coordinator
Miss Akello Susan, a new Field Coordinator

I’m Akello Susan, a new Field Coordinator. I will be sending you project updates from the ground throughout 2012. Read more

Hope Ofiriha would like to thank our donors for your ongoing support. Because of your generosity, we have raised over $77 234 since 2009 to operate 14 small scale projects in South Sudan and Uganda.

As we head to a new year, we ask that you please keep Hope Ofiriha in mind for year-end donations. We’re currently raising money to fund a clean water hand pump and Mairo School building projects that will benefits children in Omilling. Whether your giving is influenced by the spirit of the season giving, tax planning or a desire to contribute to a great cause, your gift will make a tremendous difference in the lives of those who will benefit from these projects.

By making your year-end donation to Hope Ofiriha via the “Donate Now” button on our GlobalGiving page, you can help us fight extreme poverty.

I wish you a Happy New Year from Hope Ofiriha!

 

Nov 17, 2011

Happy Thanksgiving from Hope Ofiriha

Marta Ikai, a beneficiary living in Omilling
Marta Ikai, a beneficiary living in Omilling

Happy Thanksgiving to everyone in the United States and around the world!

In celebration of Thanksgiving Day, Hope Ofiriha understands the observance of these festive family holidays that commemorates “United States’ rich mix cultures and traditions reflecting the blessings and sacrifices made by your forefathers”.

Hope Ofiriha wishes to send a most sincere thank you to all our supporters, donors, child Sponsor, partners, volunteers, and everyone else playing a role in our success. Together, we are making a huge difference in the lives of South Sudanese women and children struggling to rebuild a better future for themselves, their families, and their community.

Enjoy this special day of Thanksgiving and remember that we could not do this work without all the ways you help us. We’re so thankful for everything you do!

 

Sep 28, 2011

A porridge made out of ground maize

Women pound Dried maize using Hand!
Women pound Dried maize using Hand!

The traditional making of the maize meal is very demanding and labor intensive.

Omillings are raised to believe that only Ogali (a porridge made out of ground maize) constitutes a full meal. Any other foods eaten in between are regarded inadequate substitutes.

Let’s say you meet a villager late in the afternoon and ask if he or she has eaten.  Most likely they will tell you that they haven’t eaten all day although they might have eaten peanuts, milk and a few other non-Ogali foods.

The process starts with the woman retrieving dry corn on the cob, which had been stored after harvest. The woman will elicit the help of children, aunts, female relatives and close friends.

The proliferation of diesel run hammer mills has helped in relieving girls and women in rural Africa. Omilling needs your help to get one.

$3,465 have been donated towards the budget of $7,500. But we still need $4,035! As soon the goal  is reach – HopeOfiriha gives Omilling a hammer mills.

We still need your help to put the finishing touches on this project to help girls, and women to get out from the cycle of labor intensive work, and also to  free up time.

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Jul 26, 2011

Give Omilling Grinding Mill

Omilling Girl Hand Grinding Maize
Omilling Girl Hand Grinding Maize

Omilling is waiting for grinding mill from you!

Our donors have donated $2,885 towards this project budget goal of $7,500.Once the goal is reach we then increase the amount with similar amount until the total budget is reach. This amount is in the bank account, we will buy the grinding mill only when the total amount is available.  The fundraising is still ongoing!

In the next 3 months new updates will be posted. We will also report if there are new changes from the ground. We will continue to partner with you until the budget goal of this project is achieve. We still need your help to put the finishing touches to; Reduce Hunger and Women’s Workloads in South Sudan.

In the next three months we will post the project updates from the field so you know how the project is progressing along the way.

Thanks to our donors! Thanks to GlobalGiving for sharing this project with kind people!

 

 

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Organization

Project Leader

William Logai Ochieng

Oslo, Oslo Norway

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