The disabled group from Nazigo received a shoe training project from a private donor from the Netherlands.
They were happy to receive this external help because now they can graduate from shoe repairs and make shoes, this will give them an extra income for their families as they will be making the shoes and selling them to the nearby communities on market days among others.
Attached is their report,
20180417 shoe project report
Sign Language Training
Through a private donor, Tusaidiane Uganda reached a hand to Friends of the community Development Association( FOCDA) in 2017 with a training in sign language for the deaf. One member from the family of each deaf person would also participate. The training took 5 months and the results were very positive. The training aimed at empowering the deaf and their family members with communication skills.
In the attached document details of the learning are elaborated.
20180313 FOCDA REPORT
The Agali Awamu women are running a poultry business from their group savings. They requested for a loan boost from Tusaidiane Uganda, but before we do that, we give the women a training in Financial literacy. On the 27th of February 2018, Tusaidiane Uganda represented by Ms.Rachel Tushabe together with World Resilience Uganda a local organization , trained the women;
- How to make a concrete and feasible business plan.
- What is needed to start a new business.
- How to cost and evaluate business.
- How to manage off seasons.
- How to deal with fear and risk taking.
- Marketing plan.
- How to grow a small business into a big one.
- How to sustain a business.
- Certification after training.
Through their efforts as shown in the attached report, you will find what transpired in the training. We hope for a cooperative future and positive change for the families of the women.
20180313 FINAL TRAINING REPORT
SISTERS OF BREDA AIM TO PROMOTE SOLAR
Tusaidiane Uganda is very privileged to be ordered by the Sisters of Breda to provide project management services.
The Sisters of Breda founded in the previous century Nyakibale Hospital in Rukugiri District, Mutolere Hospital in Kisoro District in Uganda and Rubya Hospital in Muleba District in Tanzania. In the nineties, they handed over the hospitals to their respective dioceses. They kept supporting hospital management in their operations.
Over the years, technology has entered the hospitals with electricity for lighting and increasingly for the use of hospital equipment. This tendency will continue in the years to come. However, the hospital bills for electricity from the grid are sky high. In addition, that electricity is not reliable and stable, which is a condition for continuous quality services to the people.
In 2017 the Sisters decided to consider helping the 3 hospitals, with solar which could supply stable, reliable and affordable energy for all uses in the hospitals.
Realizing that neither the Sisters nor Hospital Management are experienced in managing such solar projects, the Sisters asked the chairman of Tusaidiane Uganda, whether TUL could assist hospital management in the planning phase of their solar project.
First Interim and Inventory Reports are out. We hope to complete the planning phase in the second half of 2018. We will keep you informed about the progress.
Tusaidiane Uganda would like to thank you for the support rendered to us during 2017. We also kindly request the same for 2018.
Our Annual report 2017 , action plan and strategic plan 2018 are attached.
TUL Annual Report 2017 & Action Plan 2018-final
20180131 TUL Strategy 2018-final
In 2017 Tusaidiane Uganda has worked with different partners to see that we accomplish the 2017 strategic plan.
We invite you to look to our November Newsletter Attached: NEWSLETTER November 2017
TUSAIDIANE UGANDA WISHES YOU A MARRY CHRISTMAS AND HAPPY 2018