Health and Spiritual Empowerment - Nabikenge - Namutumba

Visit by Ida Bazonoona on 2018-11-16

Report ID
3535
Created by
Ida Bazonoona
Created date
2018-11-16 07:21:12 UTC
Modified by
Ida Bazonoona
Modified date
2018-11-16 08:17:47 UTC
Trip Time
10:18-17:32 (7 h 14 m)
Village Time
12:32-14:50 (2 h 18 m)
Travel Time
4 h 56 m

Current State

Participation Rating
Success
Making bricks as a group . 
Village Critical Needs
None 
Village Action Steps
Continue with the building of chicken coops. 
Staff Action Steps
Prepare lessons 
Sanitation Hygiene Committee
yes 
Water Users Committee
yes 
Other Class Notes
 
Community Ownership
unknown 
Ownership Story
 
Three Stone Fires
no 
Access to Clean Water
yes 
Open Defecation
no 
Water Access Explain
 
Prevent Ownership
Unknown 
Allow Ownership
Working together. 
Village Notes
Nabikenge is building coops in groups. They decided to do it as they did with stoves. They started at Isabirye’s home. The community gathered and built a coop after construction, they elected two people after voting. 

Health and Spiritual Empowerment Lesson

Men Attendees
Women Attendees
13 
Staff Attendees
Ida Bazonona 
Government Attendees
None 
Visitor Attendees
None 
Total Attendance
19 
Lesson Taught
Anger Lesson 1: What is anger? 
Notes
Ida went to Nabikenge and introduced the lesson about managing Anger. The lesson started with an ice breaker question, What is Anger? Samuel said that anger is a demon. Margaret junior said that she knows what anger is but can’t explain. Nabirye said that anger is a feeling after someone has annoyed you. Ida said that all answers are right according to the how you take it. Ida continued saying that anger is common to all ages. It is a part of human existence. At times we have all lashed out in anger or silently boiled in frustration. Being human and being involved in anything worthwhile will expose us to anger-producing situations. Anger can cause violent behaviors. Who has ever done something out for anger and regretted after? Many raised their hands and some told what they did. Nangobi said that her son refused to take goats for grazing and she gave him a punishment of not eating for two days. The boy was very hungry and went to the neighborhood and stole maize. Some unknown people had been stealing from that very garden, so the owner of the garden was on guard. He caught the boy and took him to the village council. The mother tried to defend the boy but no one listened to her. The village council told the boy’s mother to pay one hundred (100)kgs of maize. If she had controlled her anger she wasn’t going to struggle paying the 100 kgs of maize and yet the boy only took 2 pieces of maize. To make things worse her son was nicknamed “maize thief “ Samuel said that his wife refused him sex and he was too annoyed to control his anger that he beat her up and now the wife has some complications. He caused the problem and now can’t help her get treatment. He regrets as to why he didn’t control his anger. He wished that this anger lesson was taught in schools or churches this problem wouldn’t have happened. Ida concluded by saying that it’s normal to become angry, but harmful to stay angry. In your anger do not sin psalm 4:4. And also gave a memory verse for the week from the book of Ephesians 4:29. 

Next Visit: 2018-11-23 - Purpose: To continue with the Anger lesson.