Community Empowerment - Kitukiro - Buyende

Visit by Ida Bazonoona on 2019-12-06

Report ID
Created by
Ida Bazonoona
Created date
2019-12-10 12:54:15 UTC
Modified by
Ida Bazonoona
Modified date
2020-08-25 14:03:21 UTC
Trip Time
10:40-16:37 (5 h 57 m)
Village Time
13:12-14:40 (1 h 28 m)
Travel Time
4 h 29 m

Community Empowerment Lessons

Men Attendees
Women Attendees
Staff Attendees
Ida Bazonona 
Government Attendees
Visitor Attendees
Clawe Elizabeth. 
Total Attendance
Lesson Taught
Meeting the community 
Ida went to Kitukiro with Clawe Elizabeth from Portland. One of our dear board members connected Elizabeth with Henry so that she can come and see how and what Kibo does the work. Ida had planned a general meeting with the community members, unfortunately the meeting didn’t take place because most women were still in the garden, others were rushing for Friday prayers. Ida decided to have a preview on some lessons she had taught before. She previewed on the God’s Love, Loving others and the Tongue lesson. She was pleased that the community remembers and were able to do the lessons as Ida watched. Women from this community started saving money for transport to the women’s conference in January 2020. They thanked Kibo for teaching them life lessons and also saving. The community also took Ida and Clawe to see what they had done with other departments. The borehole is still good because the hand pump mechanic came and fixed it. The stoves are well smeared and used. The trees are doing good though some died due to the heavy rains. The few members present suggested that they start from the chicken lessons because they had forgotten most things. This is the reason as to why Ida had planned a general meeting. 
Next Visit
2020-01-10 - Purpose: To re-teach the chicken lessons starting from the hatching stage.
Program Success
Program Critical Needs
Program Ownership
Other Program Observations
Program Expected Of Village
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Report Photos

13024 This swamp was full that the water swept away the road. People got stuck and others didn’t know what to do. Community members were planning to make small boats to help the victims to cross.