Supporting Pastors We have the opportunity to encourage the local churches to come together and pray for their communities. We believe as we encourage the pastors to stand in unity and pray for their city, they will also be able to become more effective in reaching out to the Nodding Syndrome families and others suffering… Continue reading Supporting Pastors
Nodding Syndrome We are providing emergency rescue services to reduce the effect of seizures and prevent death from burns. Empowering families with cows and plough for digging their own land for food. Providing relief emergency food for starving victims. We have established a feeding program in two schools feeding 750 children. Currently, we have placed… Continue reading Nodding Syndrome
We dig and repair boreholes, which are broken down. Previous aid organisations dug thousands of boreholes in Acholi communities to provide clean drinking water. These boreholes are now broken down without repair.
Ability to read and write is vital for any community. We maintain and improve primary schools attendance and participation by provision of lunches and sports equipment. We also pay school fees for children who are unable to attend schools. We hire teachers to support struggling schools and improve student learning experiences. We employ cooks and provide equipment for our feeding program.
we have 70 cows in total. 49 cows at Lapana Village, Kitgum Matidi Sub-county and 21 cows at Okidi, Amida Sub-County. It is sustainable because we provided the victims of Nodding Syndrome in Lapana with two oxen for ploughing, a cow for milk and a plough. In Okidi, we provided two oxen for ploughing, a cow for milk and a plough in a group of 5 families.