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WATER PROGRAMME

Safe and readily available water is important for public health, whether it is used for drinking domestic use , food production or recreational purpose . improved water supply and sanitation and better management of water resources can boost countries' economic growth and majorly families , can contribute greatly to poverty reduction.
Support us with 25000 euros to drill 20 Boreholes in 20 villages

FEED A CHILD TODAY

In the wake of the COVID-19 pandemic and its devastating socio-economic impact across Africa, the crisis in Ukraine threatens to place an inordinate burden on African households — many of which were already struggling to put food on the table. Mukwate Joshua, Chief field officer at the Wama Development Foundation Uganda , anticipates critical short-term supply and pricing effects — a food crisis — unless the conflict is resolved expeditiously. Support us with 30,000 euros to feed 2000 children in every 6 months .

WHEEL CHAIR CHILD

The international community might not see disability as an emergency worth focusing on now, but it will become a full emergency if nothing is done, Minimal access to healthcare, clean water, and overall poor nutrition during pregnancy lead to common congenital disabilities in children such as spina-bifida and limb deformities, and young children predisposed to early childhood diseases such as meningitis and polio, explained Hynes .
Support us with 15000 euros to buy 1200 wheelchairs for disabled children

TAILORING PROGRAM

At least 100 women each month will learn to tailor and how to run a small tailoring business from their homes. Women enter the course not knowing the basics; they leave with a means to a livelihood and the capacity to provide for their own families sewing needs. Poverty remains widespread in Africa and generally in Uganda’s struggling economy with a hard hit. Widows and separated women are especially vulnerable to unemployment and poverty. In order to help widows and separated women along with other women Plan to Empower began tailoring classes to several slum and rural areas. These classes teach women to sew a wide variety of clothing from patterns which they can then sell. Support us with 24000 euros to provide a sewing machine to 500 widows

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Education

Of all regions, sub-Saharan Africa has the highest rates of education exclusion. Over one-fifth of children between the ages of about 6 and 11 are out of school, followed by one-third of youth between the ages of about 12 and 14

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