Thanks for your generosity, I hope you have already received our Newsletter this month, all the achievements are because of your monthly recurring donations to our project, had it not been for this project, there are over 200 children waiting to access a better education from our school, currently there are a lot of child kidnaps in Uganda, most children who have to walk long distances to school have stoped going to school for fear of being kidnaped, if this project could succeed, this would be a saviour to the little angels in this community.
All our work is community led and because of this, the world wanted to know how we did it, that is why BBC world service aired our project intervention on their platforms, you will be able to see this in the news letter sent to your email, if you didnt receive it, find it here and subscribe:https://mailchi.mp/269e0c3901c9/five-ways-you-can-help-mountains-of-hope-change-a-life-today-and-updates-from-mpigi
Am hoping that you will be able to see the interventions and find it in your heart to help us again.
Today when you ask people around the world about Mountains of Hope, they will tell you, our project was aired on BBC world service recently https://t.co/p0MHuk0ePW
Among the things we teach children in our programme is making of their own sanitary pads to enable them keep in school, this long term solution has caught the attention of every one in the whole world, all this has been possible because of your support.
We have also paid the school fees and scholastic materials for the children we support, most of these children are living with HIV and others living with parents who are HIV positive, we have also linked them to the near by health units to access treatment, so you see what your money is doing, you can see what this project is achieving, you can see the transformation and life saving interventions happening from your monthly grant to boost up this project.
This project has also enabled us to facilitate partly grown up female youth for apprenticeship training and enabling them acquire start up tools to start their own salons.
Thank you once again for choosing to support this project that has enabled us to do more great things in the poor communities in rural Uganda
Thank you once again for your monthly commitment to our great programs in Uganda, Harriet is doing well, she is at school, she will be breaking off for a holiday this June and will be resuming second week of July, we will be paying her tuition for the coming semester that begins July, Harriets school will only have a one week holiday.
Harriet will need a few materials to be used while in training, her course requires her to have some requirements to enable her practice effectively, last semester she bought some gloves and text books, she will require gloves again and uniform all worth $300 and a little upkeep worth $150 while in the field.
Am also delighted to tell you that Mountains of Hope program was aired on BBC world service on all platforms recently, our program trained communities to make sanitary pads using locally available materials, little did we know that this would catch the attention of the bbc crew, find link here: https://t.co/p0MHuk0ePW
Harriets school is soon communicating to us the graduation year, I will let you know.