Mvule Community Development - Ikumbya - Luuka

Visit by Abraham Mulongo on 2019-05-31

Report ID
5450
Created by
Abraham Mulongo
Created date
2019-06-05 01:12:04 UTC
Modified by
Abraham Mulongo
Modified date
2019-06-05 01:41:15 UTC
Trip Time
10:08-18:30 (8 h 22 m)
Village Time
13:25-15:34 (2 h 9 m)
Travel Time
6 h 13 m

Mvule Community Development lesson

How Many Men Attended
15 
How Many Women Attended
28 
Staff Attendees
Abraham Mulongo 
Government Attendees
LC1 
Visitor Attendees
Nate, Falon and two Harding interns 
Total Attendance
43 
Program
Mvule Community Development 
Lesson Taught
caring for trees 
Notes
Abraham, Nate, Falon and two Harding interns went to Ikumbya and the purpose of our visit was to do evaluation but as soon as they reached it started raining heavily. They went in a shelter and Abraham was asking each member about how many trees he or she planted while he was filling in the evaluation form. Many members were not present because of the rain. When the rain stopped they went around checking some trees, hygiene and sanitation and the bore hole which they found they were looking good. The chairperson Mss Nabirye told the meeting that they are working together keeping chickens but she said there some few members who are not joining them in the work but she said she thinks they will reform and start joining the all group when it comes to dividing tasks to do. Abraham encouraged them to work together because it is a key to everything because when they work together they will achieve many things as they are hoping to make Kibo programs big. Then after the meeting they went and checked the chickens and they are doing well, those who were received first they are soon laying eggs but they received some cocks whereby Abraham advised them to sell them and remain with the layers only which they said they are going to do it. 

Next Visit: 2019-06-07 - Purpose: To go with the CDO and discuss how they can work with the government.

Report Photos

7274 The children were happy because Abraham was checking their trees