Community Innovation resource centre

 
$8,936
$314
Raised
Remaining
Feb 4, 2014

Report on KEACIRC February 2014

              

Dear all our Donors wishing you a happy new year 2014, thanking you for your incredible support in 2013, our best year yet. 

KEA is transparent and accountable on how your donations are spent, we value the trust you placed in us by your continuous donation to our  project.
 
KEA provides all the necessary information on how we spend your donations. Financial information is available here www.globalgiving.org and on our main face book page keacirc. In the two campaigns July and November, we raised about $1500 of which $120 was from members’ subscription and membership.

We have 6 recurring donors who donate to the resource center monthly, we really appreciate your generosity and we appeal to all other supporters to become recurring donors so that we can reach our target of 30 donors in order to be able to meet the daily expense of the resource center.

In 2013, KEA spent 84% on programmed activities transforming the lives of the people in Kikandwa region.  We spent 6% on fundraising costs and 10% on stationary and our 3 staff.

KEA Community Innovation Resource Center (KEACIRC) celebrated the1st Anniversary which paved way for new programmes and the strengthening of our Organization. The cerebrations also marked the official launch of the Centre to National and International community, it was presided over by area member of parliament of Mityana North constituency,the Executive Director of Uganda National NGO Forum (a consortium of more than 400 organization), who was so much exited and amazed with the work at the centre, on behalf of his organization he pledged to donate a full computer set to the center in order to improve and increase on the activities at the centre. The same event was also attended by the Deputy Executive Director of the National Environment Management Authority (NEMA,a government institution in charge of environment management in Uganda) who also on behalf of the Authority promised to assists the centre, he cautioned the community members to use the centre efficiently and effectively, and thanked  all the  donors and GlobalGiving for the strong support they have rendered in order to develop the centre.

Through the scholarship scheme, the centre has built the capacity of 8 boys and 12girls to use social media tools such as; face book, internet surfing etc in order to get information useful to the farmers in managing their crops and animals ( increasing farm productivity), the centre has helped the community to access secretarial services.  

During the celebration, KEACIRC held its first graduation ceremony in which it awarded certificates in basic computer application to two students, the first two pioneer students to graduate at the centre.

The remarkable progress made by the resource centre in just one year amused the community and the visitors.

Community members and the invited guests thanked  the ICT trainer and  the centre Manager for the good work done at the centre. The graduates promised to pass on the knowledge which they have learnt from the centre to the entire community. The two graduates;one is now pursuing a diploma course in secretarial studies and another one has joined Namutamba Teachers Training College for further education.

The Director of KEA was happy with the incredible work done by the donors and GlobalGiving, in a special way thanked the 6 recurring donors who have been donating monthly without which it would be very difficult to run the centre, he promised to continue to use the donations well so that, the centre can achieve a lot out of it, he appealed for more donors to donate so that the number of people benefiting from the centre can be increased. “Dear donors, your donations have contributed a lot to the poor and vulnerable people in Kikandwa, therefore we request you not to get tired of us whenever we ask you to join our campaign and help us and donate’’ $100 can train one farmer to become computer literate in two month,$80 can pay electricity power for one month ,$15 can facilitate 3 staff per day, each and every dollar counts a lot.

In September 2014, the fundraising team will build relationships with  Gifts for Good Donors. We will request GlobalGiving to promote Gifts for Good in our holiday newsletter on Twitter, Facebook, and our homepage. Again this will be a great opportunity to us to engage with new donors to raise money for our project! Therefore when time comes we will kindly request you to reach out to you families and friends on our behalf so that they can help us and donate to our project.

Our main goals in 2014 is at least to add on more new 6 computers, have outreach trainings programs functional, increased knowledge and information flow on poverty and food security in the communities. This can only be achieved only by your support.

We once again thank you for your continuous support and for the donations which  are helping us to sustain our Resource Centre without which it would be imposible.

                       

 

 

                                     


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Kaganga John

Kampala, Mityana Uganda

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Map of Community Innovation resource centre