Educate 600 Orphans in Rural Eastern Uganda

by The River Fund
Educate 600 Orphans in Rural Eastern Uganda
Educate 600 Orphans in Rural Eastern Uganda
Educate 600 Orphans in Rural Eastern Uganda
Educate 600 Orphans in Rural Eastern Uganda
Educate 600 Orphans in Rural Eastern Uganda
Educate 600 Orphans in Rural Eastern Uganda
Educate 600 Orphans in Rural Eastern Uganda
Educate 600 Orphans in Rural Eastern Uganda
Jun 10, 2022

Quarterly Report

RWEN                                                                                10th June 10, 2022

Children report of 11th 05 2022

The report comprises of 4 groups of women under River Fund

Number of children supported as per group;

Tororo                                        151

Bugiri                                          165

Rwen                                          285

Amoni                                         74

Total number of children        675

Areas of support

Nursery

Primary

Secondary

Technical

Our activities for children in our 4 groups

  • Education
  • Scholastic materials
  • Uniforms
  • Feeding children at school
  • Feeding children at home
  • Child headed families
  • Health care / HIV / AIDS
  • Centre schools
  • School dropout / girls
  • Child’s day
  • Fees top
  • Referrals
  • Challenges
  • Development
  • Suggestions
  • Conclusion
  • Education

Learning of our children is now normal and levels of learning from nursery to university our children are at school for term two of learning unlike during COVID 19 period. We thank God for this; it is our prayer that the system continues.

  • Scholastic materials

On our work plan for scholastic material is running to the end of term two and materials have been given to children and learning is going on smoothly we received funds early

  • Uniforms

Uniforms have been provided to children this was in early January. Uniforms are provided once, a year, immediately we received funds through Riverfund. Uniforms were given out our children are smart on uniforms.

  • Feeding children at school

Maize and beans were bought for term one and term two. So children are feeding at school to the end of term two. Our children are alright and healthy

  • Feeding children at home

The very needy and child headed children get food to fed at home too these take care of themselves at home and food is provided by every group to these very needy because we serve those in need our motto of River Fund

  • Child headed families

This is the desperate group but we keep serving them and looking after them. Those positive living we make sure they get their drugs in time (ARV’S)

  • Health care / HIV/ AIDs

It is our duty to see to it that our children are healthy on diets and make sure that their clinic days are very well known to them. The counselors visit them and comfort them where need be always

We always remind them to stick on COVID 19 rules of keeping distance, avoid unnecessary movements to places and homes and wash hands with soap, wear their masks

  • Centre schools

We are trying to maintain them but COVID 19 had disturbed the system due to its demands.

  • School dropout

This most for girls. We have always given them courage to keep them happy and active send them to small trainings like tailoring and hair dressing trained these children for small scale business, sell buns samosa and others keep them busy so that they are not wasted

  • Child’s day

We are beginning this term and we are preparing for it so that our children come together, and play, we hope they will enjoy

  • Fees top

There are children who are very needy, these are the OVC’S we top up their fees to boost their fees payments

  • Referrals

We have always referred the dropouts for short courses like tailoring, hair dressing. These are project places who do not demand much.

  • Challenges

There is no food for term three for our children because the yield has not been good therefore parent’s contribution is not there in term three

The standard of our children’s learning is not up to date because the children did not go to school for 2 years

  • Development

There is full learning and continuous learning of children, term one ended properly and we are on term 2 learning with all levels of learning at school

  • Suggestions

Our suggestions are that the rains were not systematic, in some places the seeds dried and fair yield at all

Our request is that if funds are available we buy seeds for children’s parents these are women for the second season, maize, beans, groundnuts, garlic, sukuma, onions and tomatoes.

  • Conclusion

We are grateful for all the assistance

God bless you

Compiled by

Secretary for the for groups and Chairperson RWEN

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Jaya Canterbury-Counts
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Sebastian, Florida Uganda
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