This is a progress report for the quarter ending September 2020 with financial support from stakeholders and donors. The quarter ended when the organization had not yet received funding from our donors. The schools were shut down and children stayed with their guardians without reading. However, the organization didn’t’ secure any support for our beneficiaries and we didn’t visit them because it was illegal as per the government guidelines. Including visited the for apart from visiting them
We experienced limited funding for the project, child labour, and children were exposed to a lot of vulnerability such as early sex, early pregnancies and marriages in the community. On 15th October 2020, our schools were opened in Uganda and our orphans were asked to report in school with personal protective gears such 2 pairs of Face masks and sanitisers. Some have reported to schools and others are failing to report due lack of personal protectiv gears.
KADO submits a request to all development partners to extend their helping hand to the project. Children reported to school on 15/10/2020 but lacks scholastic materials and sanitary pads for girls including COVID 19 personal protective gears. . .
QUARTERLY REPORT FOR JULY TO SEPTEMBER 2020 ON SUPPORT SAVE 750 PREGNANT MOTHERS FROM MALARIA IN UGANDA Summary This is July –September 2020 quarterly activity and status report on “support Save 750 Pregnant women from malaria in Uganda” project in Kibuku district. The goal of the project is to contribute to the reduction of maternal mortality rates in Uganda. The project is implemented in the district of Kibuku,” is reliant on financial support from donors under the GlobalGiving and Kagumu Community. KADO is grateful to all donors and the community for the support that contributed to the realization of these quarterly results. A total of 153 pregnant mothers received Health education, 37 mothers received a long lasting insecticide treated nets (LLIN) each Services offered. • Antenatal care • Malaria Testing and treatment • Monitoring and evaluation. ACHIEVEMENTS • Health educated 153 pregnant mothers. • Procured 37 medium long-lasting insecticide treated mosquito nets • Monitored and evaluated a total of 143 mothers on the effective utilization of mosquito nets • 114 malaria rapid diagnostic test in kits were received from the Ministry of Health Through Kibuku District DHO’s office • Offered ANC services to76 pregnant women. CHALLENGES • The health facility has experienced lack of stock for mosquito nest • Limited funding which makes the procurement of most items hard. • The outbreak of COVID-19 pandemic limited the access of health services to most pregnant women due to lockdown. • lack of face masks and mothers attend antenatal clinics without them and are at risk to COVID-19 RECOMMENDATIONS • KADO requests all partners to raise support this malaria prevention project to the pregnant mothers to reduce on the maternal mortality rates and infant mortality rate.
PREGNANT MOTHERS ACCESSING HEALTH EDUCATION
Jul 7, 2020
Support 320 orphans with goats in uganda
By Samson Namwoyo - Project Leader
ORPHAN WITH HIS GOATS
This is quarterly activity and status report on “support 320 orphans with goat’s project in Kibuku, Pallisa and Butebo Districts in Uganda” for a period April to July 2020. The project contributes to improved household incomes of households with orphans and vulnerable children to enable them secure Medical treatment, scholastic materials and other basic needs. KADO acknowledges to all donors and the community for the support in the project period.
The project is currently implemented utilizing community contributions. We are not realizing financial support from our donors yet there is increased number of orphans that require support
The following was done in April to June 2020:
Distributed 6 goats to 6 orphans
Treated 15 goats for 10 orphans
Visited 20 orphans to ascertain the status of their goats project
The organization relies majorly on donor funds and each donor has priority areas for the funds donated.
There is still low project cash inflow 3. Overwhelming number of OVCs that demand goats
COVID -19 pandemic caused lockdown and schools are closed. Some of our orphan girl children have been married off
KADO still requests all well-wishers to be part of us and give a helping hand for the support of Orphans and vulnerable children in Uganda.