For this community, buying a tractor is a large investment. Perhaps too large. We need to find ways to finance this!
Here is the last document so far.
Hello: Thought I could post more than 1 document at a time in the previous post. Here is another document, which will be followed in another post by yet another document. Teresa
Hello to all: I am posting some of the project/business proposal documents on which I have been working. This is just a start. Please take a look and feel free to comment. Thanks, Teresa
We are still working on getting funding for the tractor. Do you know the price of the used tractor that you are describing? Teresa
hello to everyone at nabuur and happy new year .
During my search for way of getting a tractor for Naigobya, I came across one supplier who has a used tractor in good condition with cheaper price here in Uganda.
I would like to know if you have Identified one supplier and if you got the funds ready.
I will introduce you to them upon your response.
Local farmer Tororo.
Dear Fellow Neighbours, well-wishers and friends,
I salute you and well-come you all to this year 2007.
It is a pleasure to see that you are working around the clock to see the success our community project.
Indeed as a local representative and on behalf of the entire community, we have appreciated to what so far has been done.
The project is progressing slow but steadily based on your tireless efforts and we hope by God's Grace we shall accomplish the is out-standing.
Hello to both of you! We do not have a business/project proposal to raise funds for the tractor, as of yet. I have been looking for a neighbour to help write one, but I have been unsuccessful so far. I think that I will give my hand at trying to write such a proposal over the next few weeks, as I would really like to move on with this project! I will post this document when I finish composing it. Merry Christmas and Happy New Year to both of you! Looking forward to hearing from you in the New Year, Teresa
I am Mr Onyango Joseph from Tororo , Iam also a farmer with some experience within Local communities .
I will like to know more how far you have gone with everything .
I would also take part after reading the previous posting thoghu I have gone through briefly.
I wish A happy xtmas and prosperous new year
Joseph Onyango .
Thanks for the efforts in securing food for the community.
I that way, i believe the people will be able to earn some money once they have fought out hunger. I suggest that if their is no money yet, you need to have a project proposal that send it to USAID in Kampala or post to MIVA.
These organisations are helping projects that are for the people, that help fight diseases, poverty, food, nutrition etc.
If the money is available, then put in on the bank account and move to Kampala the capital city and look out for these tractors out there or go to Iganga near the round about from Kaliro and find out the prices at Nytech.
Greetings, setting up a charitable not-for-profit organization depends upon the laws governing this type of organization that exist within the country where the organization is located.
Hi Bob: I notice that you will be going ahead and developing a webpage through Pledge Page for the village of Kyomya to raise funds for this village. Can you tell me which registered charity/organization this village will be associated with? I just would like to get an idea of how the process of registering for a charity is started. Teresa
The funds collected in this way would need to be given to an accountable organization that is registered. This way the process is transparent.
Hi Bob: This is an interesting idea, but I am wondering to whom would the donations go to? Would we have to set up a registered charity of some sort to accommodate this type of fundraising? Teresa
we work here in france a lot with the CUMA ( commom utilisation materiel agricole)
that means a groupe of farmers are buying a tractor with a loan of a bank after paying some money which is putting in a fund for the garantee, f.e. 1 procent of the prize.
all the farmers are owners, but not drivers, otherwise you have f.e. 10 owners, 10 different
drivers for the tractor which is not good at all.
i think the owners have to get somebody who is driving the tractor he is looking after the tractor plus machines he is responsible.
maybe it needs more discussion.
regards marcel de haas
Greetings, a website such as the one that could be setup at http://www.pledgepage.org/ may help get the word out and raise some funds as well.
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