Mvule Community Development - Ikumbya - Luuka

Visit by Abraham Mulongo on 2018-04-11

Report ID
Created by
Abraham Mulongo
Created date
2018-04-12 08:56:50 UTC
Modified by
Lorna Katagara
Modified date
2018-04-12 09:56:18 UTC
Trip Time
10:08-18:35 (8 h 27 m)
Village Time
13:35-15:25 (1 h 50 m)
Travel Time
6 h 37 m

Current State

Participation Rating
They are all using saver stoves 
Village Critical Needs
They need trees because many people grow sugar cane and they cut all trees. 
Village Action Steps
To mobilize the members for the next meeting 
Staff Action Steps
To call the chairperson for the update 
Sanitation Hygiene Committee
Water Users Committee
Other Class Notes
Community Ownership
Ownership Story
They are keeping their bore clean. 
Three Stone Fires
Access to Clean Water
Open Defecation
Water Access Explain
Prevent Ownership
Allow Ownership
They are working together as a community 
Village Notes
This is a big village and the government hopes to divide it up 

Mvule Community Development lesson

How Many Men Attended
How Many Women Attended
Staff Attendees
Abraham Mulongo 
Government Attendees
Visitor Attendees
Total Attendance
Mvule Project 
Lesson Taught
commitee formation 
Abraham met fifty five Ikumbya community members and they selected the committee that will help to mobilize the community for the meeting. They have seven members on the committee and they come from different corners of the village to ease the mobilisation. They went to nearby place and found a man who is preparing his land for growing sugar cane. Abraham advised them not to grow sugar canes unless they have bigger land to grow food crops, he told them that many grow sugar cane and end up not having food at home. Sugar cane takes eighteen months to harvest and that is a long time for waiting until one gets the money to buy food.He told them to grow more food crops because those who have grown sugar cane will come and buy food from them. They discussed that a tree is everything as it helps with fire wood, construction and ends with a coffin which goes with us in the grave and that means we start with trees and we end with trees.