ease the pain among children affected by AIDS

An aid project by “Ndibwami Integrated Rescue Project” (H. Nalugo Sabastian) in Masaka, Uganda

News: On this page the carrier keeps you informed about the current situation of the project. This helps you judge how the donations are being used.

H. Nalugo Sabastian (Project Manager), written 3 days ago

H. Nalugo Sabastian

Goats bring families health and prosperity.

These four-legged friends help lift beneficiary children and their families out of poverty by providing protein-rich food and dairy to feed hungry families, while baby goats provide a way to generate income. We did first training the beneficiaries in goat keeping and management as a business. We have just given out 10 goats to orphans and other vulnerable children and their families from donations raised from betterplace.org.   We know very soon the goats will enable these needy children go to school from the sale of offspring.  As a way of helping more members of the community, we asked goat beneficiaries to give back a young goat after producing new goats.

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Fig 1: children pull their goats.

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Fig 2 : Guardians help the kids in pulling the goats.

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Fig 3: Project officer visited families that growing their goat keeping project.

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Fig 4: project officer helps in the feeding of goats.

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Fig 5: Project officer gives more notes to the beneficiary family about the goat keeping and multiplication of the goats.

Thank you very much for all your generosity, advocacy and donations. Together we are making the world a little.

Thanks for your support

H. Nalugo Sabastian (Project Manager), written 11 days ago

H. Nalugo Sabastian

Help HIV affected children change their lives

Join other Germans everywhere who are helping children ease the pain associated with HIV and AIDS. You will help provide life-saving necessities: food, water,health and education.  There's an art to changing the world.

Transformation doesn’t just happen. You have to imagine it and create it. Here, when you reach out to a child in need, you also help her community become healthy, self-reliant, and full of hope. You help every child build a better life.

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Picture 1: HIV+ affected children sometimes have to take their drugs on empty stomach.

Heath facilities can provide the HIV drugs,however, they do not provide the nutrition support required to support the body to respond well to drugs.

With support from people like you, we are helping tens of children affected by HIV and their families improve their livelihoods.

Help spread the word to friends and workmates.

H. Nalugo Sabastian (Project Manager), written 18 days ago

H. Nalugo Sabastian

Education support

It has been the beginning of the first school. However, many orphans and other vulnerable remain are out of school due to one or two reasons. Uganda  suffers from an appalling lack of access to education. Nearly three-quarters of the population cannot read or write, and in rural areas as many as 90 percent of women are illiterate.

With only 45 percent of school age children enrolled in primary school there is massive need to support the education system. The reasons for this dire situation are complex; household poverty and lack of scholastic materials means there is an insufficient resources for child education.  In addition parents are also unwilling to send children away for schooling when they need them to work at home. However, with little support like books they can be a motivation to parents to send children to school. Sometimes children miss school due to lack of books and pens.

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Picture 1: Kids receive scholastic materials to join school

At the beginning of this term, we support 30 orphans and other vulnerable with scholastic materials. The items included; books , pens, art books , pencils and Geometry mathematics sets. The supported children were very happy to receive the support. Thanks to generous donors and people of goodwill like. Together we continue to make a difference among children affected by HIV/AIDS in Masaka Uganda. Limit 600x450 pict3069

Picture 2: Madrine receives books to use in her academic work.

2 children living with their 86 year old grandmother receivhed the scholastic material support you donated on  betterplace.org
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Your help is giving hope