Health and Spiritual Empowerment - Naibowa - Kamuli
Visit by Ida Bazonoona on 2018-03-28
- Report ID
- Created by
- Ida Bazonoona
- Created date
- 2018-03-29 08:49:05 UTC
- Modified by
- Lorna Katagara
- Modified date
- 2018-04-03 07:45:36 UTC
- Trip Time
- 10:40-18:52 (8 h 12 m)
- Village Time
- 13:33-16:48 (3 h 15 m)
- Travel Time
- 4 h 57 m
- Participation Rating
- Village Critical Needs
- The community needs a borehole and stoves.
- Village Action Steps
- Continue working on the facilities they lack eg rubbish pits,dish racks and pit latrines.
- Staff Action Steps
- Plan to slow down frequent visits.
- Sanitation Hygiene Committee
- Water Users Committee
- Other Class Notes
- Community Ownership
- Ownership Story
- Naibowa helped a woman who fell in fire, they provided food ,water and money.
- Three Stone Fires
- Access to Clean Water
- Open Defecation
- Water Access Explain
- They get water from the nearby swamp.
- Prevent Ownership
- Allow Ownership
- Working together as a community and attending Kibo programs.
- Village Notes
- Naibowa is preparing for water hygiene and sanitation program next month. Two homes have started digging pit latrins.
Health and Spiritual Empowerment Lesson
- Men Attendees
- Women Attendees
- Staff Attendees
- Ida Bazonona
- Government Attendees
- Visitor Attendees
- Total Attendance
- Lesson Taught
- Anger Lesson 10: Keeping a handle on anger\r
- Ida went to Naibowa and taught about how to handle Anger.
She asked the community to tell her some ways they manage Anger, Kabasomi Margaret said that she puts water in her mouth to stop her from talking.
Nkoboli said that he walks away and go to his friends or to the garden.
Nairuba Scovia said that she goes to the garden.
Henry Atwooki asked what if the Anger attacked you at night? do you still go to the garden or walk away?
Margaret confirmed her answer and said put water in your mouth.
Ida gave them some tips on how to handle Anger.
1. Acknowledge the Anger. Accept that Anger is a natural human emotion. Don't deny that you are angry.
2. Control thoughts. Problems with anger begin with thoughts of self- pity,disappointment, jealousy.
3 Challenge Irrational beliefs. If we are frequently angry, we need to challenge our belief structure. It is not healthy to expect children to always be good. Every one should acknowledge that growing old and becoming ill is part of life. When beliefs fit reality, Anger becomes less of a problem.
Bitu asked " Is Anger a sin?" The question was open to every one. Some man said that it is not a sin because Jesus was also angry but the Bible says that He never sinned.