MDG8: Develop a Global Partnership for Development
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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.
Low levels of literacy have haunted this neighbourhood, as a result of parents lacking income to support their children. The land and water resources are abundant but people do not have the knowhow skills and input resources for them to effectively engage in agriculture which happens to be the only environmental friendly and sustainable income generating activity than charcoal burning as most of the trees have been used for charcoal and fire wood. The people of this neighbourhood know that agriculture can work for them but means of engaging in the practice are limited.
Fountain Youth Initiative in partnership with AIESEC - KU interns are fundraising on betterplace.org http://www.betterplace.org/en/projects/8880-help-break-illiteracy-and-po... to facilitate realization of
1. Clearing & Transportation of donated 20 000 reading books
2. Contribute towards vulnerable children education program
3. Seed capital to vulnerable youths who have successfully completed entrepreneurship training & mentorship who are interested to start small business
You can assist through
in our village we grow a lot of grand nuts and we want to start a milling and parking peanut butter as a small business to sustain our orphanage and we are requesting for help from nabuur with the knowledge to peanut butter processing and marketing , there will be a need for
1 a milling and parking machine
2 capital and transport
you can donate , give your ideas help us writ a proposal etc
NB 100 percent profits will go towards the orphanage
First we would like to thank everybody who has been taking time to foolow our project through from inception until now. In 2011, 56 orphans and needy children started classes at KEFRAMA College. Until now, the 56 children shall be back in school on January 30th 2012 for first term of 2012. New entrants shall report to school for classes on 13th February 2012.
In June, 2001 Luhwahwa Youth Development Foundation (LUOYODEFO) organized and sponsored “SPORTS FOR CHANGE” tournament for Kajwenge Parish. The event had (and hopefully will continue to have but not limited to) the following activities;-
(a). There was guest briefs on;- the role of youth in development; what is needed of youth to have sustained community; how youth can influence and contribute towards change; how the community can support youth building and formation; education as a tool; etc