Empower 300 HIVpositive women with goats in Uganda

Oct 14, 2013

Evas' Life continues to change

Evas and her family
Evas and her family

Evas greatly thanks all the global giving fundraisers who are keeping their life in existence.

Evas kyomukama, a beneficiary of the Empower 300 HIV positive women with goats in Uganda has sold off 2 goats and used the money to construct a toilet for her family. Evas has extremely succeeded in managing goats. Evas skills in managing goats has enabled her herd of goats to grow up to 13 goats. She has a family where there are two children on Anti Retroviral treatment (ARVS) and therefore, her expenses on health care are always high with limited sources on income.  In her words again,” Am happy that I have a toilet for my family. This has reduced on the ill health of my family members which used to affect my children s health due to poor hygiene caused by lack of a toilet.”

We greatly honour global giving and its back donors for supporting RACOBAO reach this far. Thank you very very much.   


Evas toilet under construction
Evas toilet under construction

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Project Leader

Stephen Ssenkima

Lyantonde, Uganda

Where is this project located?

Map of Empower 300 HIVpositive women with goats in Uganda