Community Empowerment - Nabikenge - Namutumba

Visit by Ida Bazonoona on 2019-11-08

Report ID
7421
Created by
Ida Bazonoona
Created date
2019-11-12 12:35:12 UTC
Modified by
Ida Bazonoona
Modified date
2019-11-12 13:07:08 UTC
Trip Time
10:24-17:50 (7 h 26 m)
Village Time
12:46-15:45 (2 h 59 m)
Travel Time
4 h 27 m

Community Empowerment Lessons

Men Attendees
Women Attendees
13 
Staff Attendees
Ida Bazonona 
Government Attendees
LC1 
Visitor Attendees
None 
Total Attendance
18 
Lesson Taught
Poultry Day 3 
Notes
Ida visited Nabikenge village to continue with her poultry lessons, Nabikenge is one of the villages that whose economic activity is poultry farming and so it was important for Ida to take lessons and teach members how to care for chickens, this involved teaching them how to build the chicken coops, which measurements are required and how many chickens are required to given size of coop. Ida also demonstrated to the members how to feed the chickens this involves the ratio of feeds required to each chicken and also recommend what type of feeds are best to chicken at a certain stage. To reduce the modality rate , Ida advised the members to build permanent and well ventilated coops and indeed Mrs Brenda who had been using a grass thatched coop build a permanent one and is being an example to the community since every member wants to know how she built it however, the veterinary doctor promised the members that he will start training the community members how to care for the chicken and also recommend to them the best vaccines and drugs Incase the chicken fall sick. At the end of the lesson the community members appealed to Ida to take a report to the WASH team to visit their village and teach them how to construct a permanent borehole fence. 
Next Visit
2019-11-22 - Purpose: Continue monitoring and guiding on the chicken coops
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Report Photos

9563 Mrs Brenda Kawala posing in the house she build, she used to stay in grass thatched house but now through Kibo group initiatives, she was able to use that knowledge to build her own house