Update from Uganda: “African Child survives by Nature”

January 20, 2010 at 8:02 am 1 comment

From Jane Agolo, Uganda In-Country Director, Trivani Foundation

In Kaberamaido, the season is for mangoes, this is the time when a Kuman child will thank nature,  from morning to evening the child is happy with free mango juicy.  A mango, mangoes is a song, a school children sings. This is a time when parents are relieved from the burden of feeding the children. This is because early in the morning, the kuman child is satisfied with mango juicy. But this kuman child is exposed to poverty, Aids and hunger. This is why Trivani is working hard to have these children get to know how to stay in AIDS FREE SOCIETY, through the STAY ALIVE Program and to have them benefit from the trivani’s empowerment programs.

Trivani Foundation funding to Asayos Wish Orphanage has promoted the growth of the orphanage: We have a beautiful Administration block, large spaced dormitories, clinic, and water pump for pumping water for the children and community around, chapel for prayers, generator toilets, security house, fenced compound and orphanage gardens.

Children at the orphanage have developed hope for better future ahead, especially the big ones, they want to be doctors, teachers, nurses and other professions, which they feel, can make them happy in future. The orphans feel liked, happy, despite their situation, they sleep comfortably. we bought them recently new mattresses, blankets and they are very grateful for all this help. The feeding is done in a professional way; they have a diet twice in a week. They have three meals in day, breakfast, lunch and supper. Lining up for food. Basically Trivani funding to ASAYO WISH ORPHANAGE in kaberamaido has brought a smile to the faces of the orphans.

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  • 1. Megan  |  January 22, 2010 at 9:03 pm

    Thanks for the update Jane.

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