MDG7: Ensure Environmental Sustainability
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The volunteer can help any or all of the following thematic area activities:-
(1). Educational Development program:
• Help with teaching and assist teachers during their lessons at primary and secondary schools we work with.
• Planning mobile libraries for village children/ schools, setting-up reading clubs and organizing reading competitions.
• Setup a program to offer after school classes, early childhood development (ECD) alongside adult literacy; this will also involve meeting with teachers and parents and home visits to ensure joint responsibility of children’s education.
Very lucky, our organisation was approved to share a donated container of various items from crossroads foundation (www.crossroads.org.hk) with another organisation here in Kasese, western Uganda.
We invite you to join and like this page http://www.facebook.com/SolarHomeLightingProjectGayaza?ref=hl and help change lives in rural households. Tell a friend too and be part of the generous support.
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:-
Isalo Village received 200 fuel saving stove and 200 energy saving hay baskets from two non government organisations: WomenFirst and Solsolidari. In response, the community is planting trees to restore the destroyed environment. They are mainly planting local trees that are drought resistant and good for timber or fruits or fodder for their livestock.
They need volunteers to help make seedbeds for the trees so they can have easy access to the seedlings from the village. The nearest forestry seedbed is 23km away which makes access difficult.
Luhwahwa Youth Development Foundation (LUYODEFO) is seeking neighbors and the global community to join hands in saving the suffering and helpless children in Uganda. The aim is to complement the efforts W.O.R.C (USA) to ensure that the humanitarian rights and needs of the needy children are met. Our key partner, the World Orphanage Relief Corporation, W.O.R.C (www.orphcorp.org) has pledged to build a home for 50 children - hopefully to be fully funded by summer 2011, in addition to a donation of various items including shoes donated by SHARE OUR SOULS yet to arrive in Kampala, Uganda.