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In my life i have been inspired by a friend like "OMEZA" the way he takes his life and how he really spends his day in his "WOODY HOUSE" . My best friend (Orphaned at young too) ever the one i feel happy when we both have like such a moment sharing some thoughts etc. A man who spends his day by day life at his place as his own workshop in front of his WOODY HOUSE. Looking at the situation in the area, Malaria has been another concern which HCFA will adopt to.
The PROJECT ROOM is a space for providing general project updates and information. If you have information to share that does not seem to fit in the designated tasks above, this is the place to put it.
Hope Alive Uganda is starting a poultry project. It is an income generating project and some locals are participating in this project. The project will be started with 600 chicken.
Similar projects can share their knowledge and experiences in this task.
More about this project can be found on our website: http://www.hopealiveuganda.org
At the start of 2010, Hope Alive Uganda started a crafts project for women. A group of women are partcipating in this projects, making necklaces and bags and selling them. A market has been created in the Netherlands: a fair trade shop is selling the necklaces, several museums in the Netherlands are supporting the women and we would like to expand the market for these women even more.
In this task, similar projects can share their ideas and experiences.
More about this task can be found on our website: http://www.hopealiveuganda.org
Hope Alive Uganda is setting up a tailoring project to empower women. We expect to start the project at the end of April/beginning of May. 10 women will start working in this project. These women will make schooluniforms, clothes, reusable pads etc. and repair clothes. A training program is part of this tailoring project.
In this task, similar projects can share their ideas and experiences and updates.
More information on this project can be found on our website: http://www.hopealiveuganda.org
With a direct link from the homepage, 4 underlying pages were defined:
Inviting new NABUUR visitors to sign up for one of the above activities.
Find the documentation and graphics below.
You can find the new NABUUR homepage, as developed during the NABUUR Camp on 13-14 Febr 2010 here: www.nabuurcamp.org.
Find all the documentation below.
The women in Isalo have received a wood/charcoal oven. They need some one to teach them to make bread and cakes, doughnuts and other types of bread so they can sell and earn income locally.
Find the progress updates of the students working on the tourism project below.