Chickens for 100 Orphans in Rural Buwunga

by Ndibwami Integrated Rescue Project
$60 Raised
total goal
monthly donors
The Project will provide to 100 orphans and their families with a starter flock of 2 hens and 1 Cock. A flock of chicks can help families add nourishing, life-sustaining eggs to their inadequate diets. A good hen can lay up to 200 eggs a year - plenty to eat, share or sell to pay for other basic child needs. The project will lift families out poverty and enable them move toward self-reliance. Gift of chickens and training will mean food, income and a brighter future for an orphan.


HIV/AIDS has killed many young parents living the children in poverty and hunger. To end the hunger & poverty, NIRP looks forward to empower 100 orphans and their guardians to work out of poverty and move towards self reliance. With gifts of livestock and training, NIRP help orphans and their families improve their nutrition and generate income in sustainable ways. By giving a child a hand-up, not just a hand-out, we empower them to turn lives of hunger and poverty into self-reliance and hope


The project will provide 2 hens and 1 cock to each child and their family. Your gift of chickens and training will mean food, income and a brighter future for a struggling family. When the chicken starts giving eggs the family can eat, share or sell to pay for other child needs. Even the offspring can be sold or grown to continue the poultry project. Here the targeted children and families move out of poverty and move to self reliance.

Long-Term Impact

To lift the most vulnerable orphans and their families out of poverty and move toward self-reliance. Here the families will be able to pay for their children's other needs; education, medical care, clothing, housing and food.


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Organization Information

Ndibwami Integrated Rescue Project

Location: Masaka, Uganda - Uganda
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Ndibwami Integrated Rescue Project
Project Leader:
Muhwezi Henry
Programmes Manager
Masaka, Buddu Region Uganda

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