This project is continuing providing sanitary pads to those who need them, although trainings have been put on hold due to the corona virus pandemic.
Trained women and girls in the communities have continued sewing and providing them, the challenge they fave is transportation as there is a total lock down all over the country, they can not travel to purchase the materials,neither can they take them to the market.
When the situation normalises,this project will continue running it's trainings as scheduled earlier on
Will you consider donating to this project again during this difficult time? When you support this project now,when normalcy resumes, over 50 more girls and women will be enabled to learn to make their own pads.
These girls and women will also be able to sell their pads to earn a living, Mountains of Hope Children's Ministries will also buy from them to supply to the very needy ones who will have been affected economically and cannot afford to buy.
Feb 18, 2020
Children report back to school
By James Malinga - Project leader
Thanks for your continued support to the little kids in Uganda, your money is enabling 10 needy children attend primary school regularly. The children are enabled to buy books, and other scholastic materials to enable them continue attending school.
The new school term has begun and children are back for school, while at school, these children are provided with a morning tea and lunch to enable them concentrate in class, children are also provided new school uniforms and shoes for school, we provide the school with water purifiers to enable all children in that school to drink clean and safe water.
Your monthly sponsorship money will continue providing children in Uganda with a better education untill they complete studies. Several other children who were under this programme a few years back have completed their education, Joseph and Evelyn graduated with university degrees, last year, 10 girls and 5 boys whom we connected to the local artisans for training have also graduated with certificates and are now self employed.
Feb 18, 2020
Harriet is doing fine
By James Malinga - Project Leader
Thank you for your continued help to Harriet, you have continued supporting her ebven after her school,Harriets last semester results are out and she was excited as she called to inform us that she passed, Harriet will next month be required to register as an enrolled midwife, the registration is worth $65, your continued donations will enable her register as an enrolled mid wife. Meanwhile, Harriet is now working with a registered clinic/Health center as a midwife, she is doing an amazing job, she some times works night shifts which she says she is happy to.
Thank you once again for your kind consideration to Harriet.