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
2018 ACTION PLAN FOR KAMULI CHILD CARE
The main activity for the 2018 action plan is constructing a 2 classroom block and water harvesting. So far our partners from the Netherlands( the Malden/Heumen Church, Sint Nicholaas school and Mirembe Foundation) have fully supported the kamuli community.
The new block is about to be finished and water harvesting tanks will be soon put in place.
On the 7th of May Kamuli community received the chairman of Rotary Woerden, Netherlands Miss Meike te Giffel and her husband Wim. The purpose of the visit aimed at looking to the community and developing together a water project which could possibly be funded by Rotary Netherlands as they have been doing with other TUL projects.
We concluded drilling of a borehole, pumping the water to the school and letting it flow by gravity to the town for the community to access. The chairman Rotary will work on the fundraising in the Netherlands.
AGALI AWAMU WOMEN GROUP
Among the initiatives of Tusaidiane Uganda, developing women is one of them and early this year Tusaidaine Uganda got in contact with Agali awamu Women Group who are interested in poultry farming.
After two business trainings we issued them an interest free loan of UGX 2.5 million to boost their capital from Melania Women Group from the Netherlands. We aim at creating a sustainable women group.
Attached is the report.
20180416 pictorial 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
Sensitization and improvements in the use of safe drinking water
Tusaidiane Uganda (TUL) hosted the 3rd Clean and Safe Drinking Water Workshop on the 25th of January
2018 at St. Kizito Primary School, Kasanga.
The purpose of this workshop was to hold an interactive discussion with all the owners of the water purifiers
to discuss and assess the use of safe drinking water by community members. 51 people attended the workshop.
Participants were grouped into 5 groups where they discussed the challenges and experiences faced by the
different communities regarding safe drinking water on the basis of a number of questions, such as:
Is your Water Board mobilizing the community users?
Are your Community Leaders communicating the message about the benefits of safe drinking water
to the community members? And how are they doing that?
Are you aware about the performance of your community as communicated to you in the attachment
to the invitation letter? Did you discuss your performance with the community leaders? And with the
How much are your community members paying for a jerry-can of 5 litres safe drinking water? And
how much are pupils or students contributing?
Is the contribution sufficient for paying the service fee in full? If not, why not?
Why is my community only using less than 10.000 litres of safe drinking water whereas the rainwater
harvesting tanks installed have a capacity of 40.000 litres? What is your community doing with the
surplus in rainwater harvesting?
Why is my community using only little safe drinking water every 4 months, whereas we have access
to sufficient water for purification for everybody in the community?
Why are the communities of colleagues present in this meeting making better use of the safe
Attached is a detailed report about the workshop and Safe drinking water consumption per category of use
20180131 Workshop Report
20180131 Safe drinking water use per category of use