Iam excited to inform you that the project is going on well. The community facilitators are giving support supervision to out of school children/youth. 90% of the project beneficiaries are so excited to see such a progress within this short period of time. Unfortunately 10% of the project beneficiaries had their projects affected by swine fever. However, kitovu Mobile is working hard with the veterinary officers to combat the situation. It is interesting to hear that out of school children/youth have higher hopes in their projects.
I am Nassuuna Shadia 18 years of age. I left school due to the death of my father. I am so grateful for Kitovu mobile and Mallory Brown for giving me the two hens. I hope these two hens will help me attain my goal of being a hair dresser. As I talk now the the two hens have multiplied into 12 hens/chicks. I think this year if all goes well; I will be able to get money from them to start running hair dressing.
My name is Nakasita Harriet aged 12 years. M y father died of AIDS and left 7 children and am the second born, into the care of my mother. She sells jack fruit in the market so as to cater for some of our basic needs. Unfortunately, she failed to raise our school fees. I hope the piglet I got will help me to supplement on our basic needs. Still this pig will help in eradicating excessive poverty at home. If all goes well i will get money to faciltate me in the tailoring course i want to persue. Thank you Kitovu mobile, thank you Mallory Brown.
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