Health and Spiritual Empowerment - Kigalama - Namutumba

Visit by Ida Bazonoona on 2018-02-23

Report ID
929
Created by
Ida Bazonoona
Created date
2018-02-26 00:39:40 UTC
Modified by
Lorna Katagara
Modified date
2018-02-27 06:53:55 UTC
Trip Time
10:37-18:18 (7 h 41 m)
Village Time
12:29-15:41 (3 h 12 m)
Travel Time
4 h 29 m

Current State

Participation Rating
Success
The village has taken a step a head in helping people in need. 
Village Critical Needs
They need stoves. 
Village Action Steps
Continue with weekly meetings. 
Staff Action Steps
Prepare weekly lessons. 
Sanitation Hygiene Committee
yes 
Water Users Committee
yes 
Other Class Notes
 
Community Ownership
yes 
Ownership Story
Recently this village contributed some money and paid for a girl who passed primary seven but the single mother couldn't afford school fees.The community was concerned about the girl's education and worked together for the future of this girl. They were able to raise money for two semesters. The girl is now at school. 
Three Stone Fires
no 
Access to Clean Water
yes 
Open Defecation
no 
Water Access Explain
 
Prevent Ownership
None. 
Allow Ownership
Working together and Kibo lessons. 
Village Notes
Kigalama B is preparing to make bricks when it starts raining. They plan to sell the bricks and the money will be planned for accordingly. 

Health and Spiritual Empowerment Lesson

Men Attendees
Women Attendees
31 
Staff Attendees
Ida Bazonona 
Government Attendees
LC1 
Visitor Attendees
None 
Total Attendance
38 
Lesson Taught
Health lesson 4: Menstrual Cycle 
Notes
Ida started with reviews from the previous lessons.Good enough the majority remembered what was taught. After the revision, Ida asked a question about the topic "menstrual cycle " Why do women go through this period? Some gave their answers saying that it is a curse from God , others said that is the only way for a woman to know that she is pregnant. Ida reminded them that it's also a way the body cleans itself. She continued telling the community the normal menstrual flow. The normal length of menstrual bleeding is four to six days. Women are different and the periods differ. Others have a 28 days calendar while others have 21, 35. For the first few years after menstruation begins,long cycles are common. If you have a regular28-day cycle you will start your period every four weeks. If you have a 22-day cycle you will have a period about every three weeks. The average period lasts for three to four days, but it can be shorter or longer ranging from between one to seven days.