Jun 6, 2014

The roof

Hi,

Thank you once again for your help, we have raise the roof, we have already put on the timber, with your donation, we were able to purchase timber, roofing nails and pay for labour, we are also trying fundraising elsewhere for the iron sheets, we are already receiving some money for the remaining iron sheets, by July 1st this year am sure we will have put on all the iron sheets.

It has not been easy though to reach this level, "right now it has started shinning (dry season) and we are worried timber might get spoilt, pray with us that we get all this donations in before the timber bends" James-Project leader.

All pictures will be posted here by July when we are done with the roofing.

May 27, 2014

Thank you

Sample solar led lamp
Sample solar led lamp

Thank you very much for the continuous support to this project, with your support, we will be able to purchase solar led lamps for 100 children in Kafumu village, this village has not got any electricity and may take decades without since its very far away from the power grid.

Most of the children go to school but donot get time to read their books and complete homework at night due to lack of lighting, but with your support, this will be history.

"If I get a solar lamp, I will not be getting frequent coughs again" said Norah, a primary school pupil in Kafumu village, she uses kerosene light for completing her home work, kerosene emits carbondioxide which affects the lungs hence heavy cough, flue and cancer.

This project will transform the great village, many who can not afford daily parrafin will be able to get light daily, isnt it great?

Thank you once again

Apr 11, 2014

Piggery progress

Members taking care of their farm
Members taking care of their farm

Hi,

I know you have been waiting to hear this,

Your donation helped 05 youth to boost the youth piggery project, every penny counted-as a result we have purchased 15 piglets, we have paid the veterinary doctor to treat the pigs for five months and also purchased little feed to begin with, the youth are very ambitious and have already partnered with the nearby school in this project, they have secured a bank account to enable them keep the savings. As reported in the last report, again with the assistance of pig waste, youth also will be able to grow the vegetable. Other vegetables and a banana plantation have also been established with hopes of selling the products at a local market.

“We are very grateful for the support” narrates Leonard a youth group leader

After realizing that the piggery project is a sustainable income generating project, Mountains of Hope Children’s Ministries has also adopted the same approach and has started to embark on the construction of the piggery house, we intend to start with 20 hybrid piglets to be kept in the orphanage land, with this, the project will be able to run its activities and take care of the children even without sponsorship monthly donations which are also unreliable, to donate to this sustainable piggery project click here:  https://www.globalgiving.org/projects/set-up-a-hybrid-piggery-project-for-kids-in-uganda/

 

Kind regards

 
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