Mvule Community Development - Ikumbya - Luuka

Visit by Abraham Mulongo on 2018-05-02

Report ID
Created by
Abraham Mulongo
Created date
2018-05-06 11:06:17 UTC
Modified by
Lorna Katagara
Modified date
2018-05-08 10:37:23 UTC
Trip Time
22:05-18:30 (-4 h 25 m)
Village Time
13:20-15:25 (2 h 5 m)
Travel Time
-6 h 20 m

Current State

Participation Rating
They are using their saver stoves 
Village Critical Needs
Planting trees 
Village Action Steps
To plant Mvule trees 
Staff Action Steps
To call the chairman for the updates 
Sanitation Hygiene Committee
Water Users Committee
Other Class Notes
Community Ownership
Ownership Story
They are saving some money for their borehole in case it breaks down 
Three Stone Fires
Access to Clean Water
Open Defecation
Water Access Explain
Prevent Ownership
Allow Ownership
They are working together 
Village Notes
Most people want to grow sugar cane and then cut all trees 

Mvule Community Development lesson

How Many Men Attended
How Many Women Attended
Staff Attendees
Abraham Mulongo,Henry Oyier 
Government Attendees
Visitor Attendees
Jeff, Patie, and Brenda from USA 
Total Attendance
Mvule Project 
Lesson Taught
how to plant 
Abraham, Henry, Jeff, Patie and Brenda met fifty two Ikumbya community members and they went around checking members homes and found many using their saver stoves, they also checked the bore hole which they found is in a good condition. The visitors planted three Mvule trees and the village was given two hundred Mvule seedlings to plant. They were so happy even if it was raining they managed to have a meeting at the church near a school and the headmaster of that school shut it down and brought the children to the meeting which was really good for them to also learn what is going on in their village. They discussed about the importance of trees to the people and they promised to keep the Mvule trees alive by putting cages around them so that animals can not destroy them. They were left with a task to plant the trees. Henry thanked the headmaster for bringing the children for the meeting because they are the next generation. 

Next Visit: 2018-05-16 - Purpose: To check how they planted the Mvule trees.