Funds were available to assist 20 families. The elderly drew lots to decide who would benefit.
As she received a hoe Jolly Kembuga could not hide her joy she said:
“May the good God bless those who have remembered us. This is wonderful”
Lydia Twinomugisha who cares for four orphans received two piglets, she said:
“Praised the Lord for the piglets. God is good. I have never expected to get piglets. This is a miracle from God! How could I get them? This is my only item where I can get money from. It is my only hope. Thank you”
Basic training in agriculture and animal husbandry was given to the lucky ones
Each family will receive training, hoes and seeds, two piglets and two egg laying hens.
The nearest water supply was the lake 1½ miles away. Two shallow wells have also been provided for this community
Edward Kagurire stated;
"am so much happy for the shallow well repair, at least our families are now safe with clean water and water related diseases are no more, we have had enough suffering, the poor and distant health centres had become our homes due to diseases caused by dirty water, now the money we are to spend in hospitals is to help us meet other needs thanks so much”
Each of the families have now received two hens and everything they need to collect and store safe water for their domestic needs and to water their crops.
You will see below the progress of the Parish Project in Kaleere, Uganda, the testimonies and feedback from the project have been very encouraging and, despite the drought at the end of 2016, real progress is being made by this community.
We currently have four PARISH PROJECTS underway in Rwanda and Uganda changing the lives of communities in need. In order for this support to continue WE NEED YOUR DONATIONS
Applying a holistic approach tailored to the most urgent needs of each community.
Working in partnership with the local church
Stage one provides for approximately twenty families within the community together with support for a project that will benefit the community as a whole. Each Parish Project is funded over three phases with reports and feedback provided at the end of each phase.
If phase one is successful a further twenty families will be selected and phase two will commence.
As livestock breed and the first young are passed on our financial contribution to each phase can reduce. As families are equipped and become more self sufficient so school fees are paid and community issues are addressed.
School equipment and uniforms have been provided for the orphans who would otherwise be unable to attend school.
Lunch has been provided at school for all 200+ youngsters who would otherwise generally eat just once a day, in the evening.