Stop Global-Warming, Give Hope 20000 Ugandan Women

by Integrated Development for Marginalized Community (IDMC).
Stop Global-Warming, Give Hope 20000 Ugandan Women
Stop Global-Warming, Give Hope 20000 Ugandan Women
Stop Global-Warming, Give Hope 20000 Ugandan Women
Stop Global-Warming, Give Hope 20000 Ugandan Women
Stop Global-Warming, Give Hope 20000 Ugandan Women
Stop Global-Warming, Give Hope 20000 Ugandan Women
Stop Global-Warming, Give Hope 20000 Ugandan Women
Stop Global-Warming, Give Hope 20000 Ugandan Women

IDMC PIGGERY FEEDING SHELTER FOR THE YOUNG ONES/PIGLETS

 In the first quarter after a period of 6 months the Organization was able to have an average of 240 piglets from 40 pigs implying that every pig was able to deliver averagely 6 piglets. Thus total number of 240 pigs from which the Organization had to sale 140 pigs after period eighty (8) months at rate of UGX 300,000/= giving total sum of UGX 42,000,000/= (140 * 300,000/=). Thus currently that is second quarter (past six month and after selling) IMDC is rearing a total number of 100 pigs which we expect to multiply more as it were in the first phase. The outcome of these in expected in the January 2017.

The initial number of birds that were reared by IDMC was 4000 birds (layers) the sales proceeds for eggs after period of five (5) months is worthy UGX 212,916,750/=. On average the organization has been generating money worthy UGX 42,583,350. The 4000 layer give on average of 121667 eggs per month. The project reared 9000 off layer and these were sold in after first quarter (six months period) at rate of UGX 30,000/= which is quite fair compared to other suppliers in the local market. In this period the organization raised income worthy UGX 270,000,000/= (9000 *30,000/=). The income statistics for both sales of poultry/birds and piggery is subjected to operating costs. Thus for more clarification on these we refer you the loss and profit accounts which we earlier send to you. 

Compiled by:
Bwambale Aaron
Project Coordinator

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IDMC BRIEF REPORT ON EMPOWERING FEMALE FARMERS

IDMC aims at alleviating perpetual poverty among the suffering community members living in squalid conditions. Their lives are like frogs in the weal. The organization totality efforts are solely to work as wheel drive to intervene and address the felt needs of these poor communities of Kasese District.

 

IDMC sensitize, empower and assist female farmers to increase agricultural productivity and address potential environmental risks associated to tree destruction and poor unsustainable small subsistence agricultural practices. The project “Stop-Global warming, give hope to 20000 Ugandan” will assist rural farmers to engage in better fruit growing and agro-forestry practices as a strategy for natural resource management, improved food security, and sustainable livelihoods. To transform from current subsistence to economically viable agro-businesses

 

The organization has embarked and is focused on various activities targeting empowering female farmers through:

-          Improving sustainable agricultural productivity and sensitizing communities on environment protection.

-          Training rural women in Karusandara, Maliba, and Rukoki in sustainable agric business skills and natural resources management.

-          Training rural female farmers in kitchen gardening and better nutrition methods.

-          Raise 2,000 tree seedlings, land for nursery and fuel (including fruit and woodlot trees, vegetables) and support the female farmers to plant them.

Specifically the project yields various outcomes to the targeted beneficiaries

  • Enhance the quality of the agricultural products by improving post-harvest processing, handling and storage, including through training in efficient processing and appropriate handling practices for different agricultural products and quality control systems.
  • Undergo training in sustainable agricultural practices and small scale agric-business (including produce marketing skills).
  • Improved access to various vegetables/greens by household from kitchen gardens and acquiring taps to improve nutrition to maintain good health for family members.
  • Improved green house and appreciating the advantages from environment conservation.

    IDMC is committed to address and embark on the felt needs of the poor community of Kasese District.

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Organization Information

Integrated Development for Marginalized Community (IDMC).

Location: Kampala, Western region Kasese district - Uganda
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Project Leader:
Muliwabyo Justus
Kampala, Uganda

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