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Urgent create our list of materials, livestock and other resources for a small start up Piggery in JinjaEast, Uganda
Please create a list of costings for livestock, materials and resources in order that we can send specifically written proposals to organizations. Unless we have this we cannot really apply for funding as they need a well organized list.
Please support us in researching details of starting a small scale start up piggery for our needs in Uganda.
What you can do:
Look on Nabuur and other sites for finances an plans involved
Use your own experiences to inform us
Find indepth steps to creating a piggery in this way
You can attach links to your emails or send as a private message
We are inviting talented artist to create pro bono information, education and communication (IEC) materials and also wishing to raise for $2,500 by 1st September,2012 to buy over 600 afripad menstrual kits to be distributed during the CLOTH PADS, SHARE THE BENEFIT”campaign to be launched 30th April, 2012. The aim is to reduce the stigma associated with menstruation through raise awareness, health education including counseling as well as distribute reusable pads.
You can be part of this campaign in any way you can afford ranging from:-
Dear Jennifer and all neighbors
Sorry for long gap and not updating the Gamauli village website. Even we have done so many things in Gamuli schools and also in school community. School has completed a building and going to establish library for small children.Friday celebration program is being very effective and students as well as parents participation is increasing.
Here I would like to request for neighbors and other people who are interested are well come for their donation of books, reading materials and stationary for the sch ool in Gamauli.
Nakyerongosa village started a community resource centre after observing the need for such a facility in the area. The idea came about as a result of support from a retired community trainer who donated a few of his books because he wanted to give something back to the community. COMASA officials sensitised schools and community members about the programmes at the Centre. Since then people have realised the importance of the resource centre as a source of knowledge and it is making a world of difference for children whose schools are too poor to afford books.
WomenFirst's women empowerment program has just concluded real skills training for 12 young girls in carpentry skills. The girls divided in two groups of 6 each want to begin making high end executive sofa chairs (couches) for the up scale market in Uganda. They need to set up a carpentry workshop and display room in the Capital City of Kampala, where they will make and market their products. They are working alongside their two instructors who are more skilled as they polish up their skills.
The Center for HIV/AIDS and Sexually Transmitted Disease Research (CHISTRE) is respectfully requesting supports to raise funds to fund the Catch Them Young (CTY) program. CHISTRE is currently engaged in a battle against HIV/AIDS in Oguta, Imo State, Nigeria, and the CTY program will spread awareness and knowledge among the most at risk population. Statistics have shown that there is a higher prevalence of HIV/AIDS among the rural populations of Imo State, and the young generation is most at risk due to lack of education and awareness of the disease and issues surrounding it.
Share your ideas and experience on obtaining computers and starting computer classes for primary school children
Computers are becoming an essential part of modern life, so we would like to start teaching our children basic computer skills. We have teachers who are able to do that, and we have electricity. But we don't have any computers.
* Do you have practical experience of setting up a computer room at a school, especially one in a developing country?
* Do you teach computer skills to primary-age children, including those who have no previous computer experience?
* Other than finding computers, what other issues do we need to consider?
Little Angels school needs school supplies such as pens, pencils, exercise books, art and craft materials.
For this task, we would like volunteers to help us find Ugandan or international organisations/companies that may be willing to donate items to the school. We would also welcome ideas on how can raise money to buy them in Uganda.
Little Angels school does not have enough books for the children to read.
We are asking volunteers to help us find international or Ugandan organisations/companies that could donate reading books to the school. Books must be suitable for nursery and primary age children.
Kilele Junior School is constantly growing. There are now 96 kids. So far the school is located in a rented semi-permanent structure. The plan now is to find an organisation to support the acquisition of land and the construction of a new school building.
John, the school director, is looking for volunteers to help search for possible organisation that could be approached and for writing-up a funding proposal.
If you are interested or have more questions, please reply to this task.