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Establish Kitchen gardens for 500 Ugandan families

by Mountains of hope childrens ministries
Establish Kitchen gardens for 500 Ugandan families
Establish Kitchen gardens for 500 Ugandan families
Establish Kitchen gardens for 500 Ugandan families
Establish Kitchen gardens for 500 Ugandan families
Establish Kitchen gardens for 500 Ugandan families
Establish Kitchen gardens for 500 Ugandan families
Establish Kitchen gardens for 500 Ugandan families
Establish Kitchen gardens for 500 Ugandan families
Establish Kitchen gardens for 500 Ugandan families
Establish Kitchen gardens for 500 Ugandan families
Establish Kitchen gardens for 500 Ugandan families

Hi

Thank you so much for your continued support to this project, its a dry season now and nothing much is going on, the gardens are doig well, very soon, Mountains of Hope will be phasing out this project, you will be directed to another project that will enable the communities of Mpigi where we serve to be self sustained, every year, we review our plan, assess impact and make considerations with our partners and beneficiaries whether to continue or not to continue with some projects,basing on community needs at that time, it seems this one in particular will be revised this year, but we are grateful for your grants to this project.

When that time comes, you will be notified as soon as possible

Globalgiving evaluation certificate
Globalgiving evaluation certificate

Hi

Thank you once again for your continued support to Mountains of Hope, a month ago, a team from Globalgiving came on the ground to evaluate Mountains of Hope work on the ground, as you know Globalgiving gives non profits from anywhere around the world a chance to raise money that they need to improve their communities and organization's go through a vetting process for legitimacy and legality, Mountains of Hope has used this platform to securely fundraiser for various projects since 2009, am glad to inform you that we have received or evaluation feed back and certificate.

We are happy to continue fundraising through Globalgiving, now you know that your funds are secure and doing exactly what you donate it for, can we continue to partner together and change the lives of the children and the people of Uganda?

Evaluation team plus Mountains of Hope staff
Evaluation team plus Mountains of Hope staff

Hi,

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, over 200 families would be suffering from malnutrition resulting from poor feeding and a lack of income, right now women are able to prepare a diet with vegetables inclusive as well as sell some in the local market to earn income for the family.

All our work is community led and because of this, the worl 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.

 

Thank you

Hi,

Thanks so much for your generous donations to this project, since 2017 Mountains of Hope has set up vegetable kitchen gardens in over 500 families, this year alone, this project targets 600 families, your donations are helping us reach out to 20 families in Mpigi families, when families grow their own vegetables, they are enabled to feed their children with a vitamin rich nutritious meal daily, this minimizes on sicknesses caused by lack of vitamins in the body, families are also able to sell some vegetables to raise money for other basic household items, your donations count, they help to save and transform a life in Uganda.

Poor nutrition in the first 1,000 days of a child’s life can also lead to stunted growth, which is irreversible and associated with impaired cognitive ability and reduced school and work performance.

The current malnutrition levels hinder Uganda’s human, social, and economic development. Although the country has made tremendous progress in economic growth and poverty reduction over the past 21 years, its progress is reducing malnutrition remains very slow.

In Mpigi District, the majority of the households sampled had high calorific diet which included root tubers and cereals but greatly lacking in vitamins and proteins, 80% of the families had a poor meal without proteins in their diet, 20% had maize and matooke. The sample results above depict that most families do not have a balanced diet in their nutrition.

Will you continue supporting this project?

 

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Mountains of hope childrens ministries

Location: Mpigi, Uganda - Uganda
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Project Leader:
James Malinga
Project Director
Mpigi, Uganda

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