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Vusumnotfo

Org #7170
Vetted since 2011 Site Visit Verified
1995
year founded
$46,871
raised on GlobalGiving
8
years fundraising
2
projects funded

Mission

Vusumnotfo - "to renew - the economy" - is a Swazi Not-for-Profit whose formation was authorized by community leaders in northern Swaziland following the 1991/92 drought. These leaders identified "dependency" as the underlying factor limiting development of their communities. They attributed the deep roots of "dependency" to interwoven issues specific to Swaziland and the region. To address these issues in ways relevant to their communities, they formed Vusumnotfo . Accordingly, our strategy reflects the many Swazi proverbs indicating that the betterment of the future is through the child - "Umntfwana ngumliba loya embili". Our goal is to strengthen ... read more

Projects (3)

Project Leaders
kathy gau
kathy gau
Team
Katherine J Gau, James Tsabedze
Organization Information
P.O. Box 229
Piggs Peak, Hhohho Region H108
Eswatini
+268 2431-4236

Bridge Registry   BRIDGE ID #3129390140
Organization Information
P.O. Box 229
Piggs Peak, Hhohho Region H108
Eswatini
+268 2431-4236

Bridge Registry   BRIDGE ID #3129390140

Project Reports

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May 21, 2019
#33/Promoting June 8th Spay Day at Mcuba Dip Tank
In the run up to our annual Spay Day on the second Saturday in June, we head to cattle dip tanks in the area to spread the message about how owners can benefit from vaccinating and spaying their dogs...
Mar 27, 2019
#32/Growing demand -
We originally conducted our first spay day as a once off event. Because of the positive response at community level, we have continued to do one a year. Due to this consistency, it is now common for...
Dec 26, 2018
#31) Community service - 11 students from 11 countries
Our community veterinary clinic in 2018 had some pretty impressive results: 151 dogs and cats were provided with veterinary services (60 were spayed or neutered; additional 91 received a full range...
 
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