This is a list of some of our current programs:
1. Disinfection Program.
Daily disinfection of 3-4 houses to prevent bed bugs and lice infestation which leads to staph infections in children and adults.
Note: Monthly needed funds for chemicals and labour - $120
2. Medicine supplies for Camp’s medical office.
We supply medicine and host weekly medical clinic with a doctor on site.
Malaria daily cases are 11-25.
Other common conditions:
H. Pylori, Pneumonia, Staph bacterial infections, fungal infections, pregnant/lactating mothers medical conditions.
Note: Weekly needed funds to run this project: $320
3. FOOD distribution.
Often (during flood season - weekly) we provide food for poor elderly and fishermen families who no longer are allowed to go to fish.
Note: Weekly needed funds to support 30 families - $300.
4. Doggie feeding program.
Daily dod feeding program teaching children and adults compassion, love and unity.
Note: Monthly funds needed $80
5. Boarding school for children.
At the moment we have 62 children at Walter Academy.
Some children are orphans living withe their relatives who cannot feed them.
Some children are from families of single parent or parents who choose alcohol over the care of their children.
Note: Annual fee to place a child at a boarding school $395.
6. Yearly 5k run.
Since 2018 we’re hosting a 5k run.
We call it a Day of Happiness and Joy.
6 age and gender groups and top 10 finishers adults and top 5
children are getting food and household items as prizes.
Note: We are looking for donors who could contribute to make this race into a race of the whole Buruuli Kingdom.
7. Vocational and English language groups.
a) Sewing b) Reading c) Carpenter d) English language
Note: Monthly needed funds - $340
8. HAPPY VILLAGE.
At the end of 2018 we acquired 6 acres of land on Kampala - South Sudan highway.
Land is in the process to be developed to have a market where people will sell their
hand made crafts, arts foods.
At the moment we have built housing and already relocated very 9 very poor families who lost everything after lake Kyoga flooded, including their modest mud houses.
Note: There are still many families on the list waiting for kind people families who could take an initiative to DIRECTLY adopt them and support their relocation packages:
a) Build a family house $2300 - $3100.
b)Fund for one family for self-sufficient small businesses $100 - $650
c) Send a child to boarding school $395 per year.
Currently we're collecting donations to build 3 greenhouses (50ftX20ft) and construct a small fish farm.
Funds needed: $24,000.00