''Hi, we are very grateful for your continued support towards this project, when Covid19 hit us, we realized a need for us to intergrate in reusable facemask making using locally available affordable materials to enable us save lifes of the local population, with the experience we had in sewing sanitary pads, it was just a walk over on face mask making''said a community women group
With your continued monthly recurring donations, you not only provide a girl with a reusable sanitary pad but also protect the entire community from contracting covid19, so its a double edged sword which fights against school drop out through provision of pads yet also protecting people from covid19 through provision of a sanitary pad.
We hope you continue supprting this life changing project so as to enable girls stay at school, women continue doing their daily chores as well as protecting the community against covid19
Sep 28, 2021
Marion's home study programme yeilding results
By James Malinga - Project Leader
Thank you so much for your continued support to Marion, even during this lock down, Marion has continued to study at home, her school does an online class and sends soft copy of notes too, Marion is in a secondary school and in senior two, this class needs much concentration, there is no way Marion would have managed to do home study without a computer and internet, your money has enabled us to buy her a computer (laptop) and monthly internet to enable her learn at home, some of her notes have to be printed out and all this is money, we are grateful for your continued support even during this very difficult season.
According to the Ugandan government, schools are scheduled to be reopened January 2022
Jul 1, 2021
This project provides support to the vulnerable
By James Malinga - Project leader
Thank you so much forcontinuously donating to this wonderful project, your donations are timely, we have been able to extend support to over 50 people across Uganda, this project provides food supplies to vulnerable families in Mpigi and Jinja districts in Uganda, provides school supplies to children and has enabled a young man in Jinja to put up a structure that will accomodate a reasonable number of vulnerable children in Jinja District. Your monthly donations are making a difference in Uganda, this project will continue providing support to needy households, we continue asking you to keep supporting these households monthly and request you to ask your friends and family to support this project, this project is also supporting children get home learning materials, the children who are currently not at school due to lock down can not afford printing daily notes which are sent via smart phones.