Kyamulibwa Anti-Aids Program Reports

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SEPTEMBER, 2019 BRIEF UPDATE

SEPTEMBER, 2019 BRIEF UPDATE

The project started on 1st May, 2019. The construction work is done by a professional contractor; BAM Building Construction with support from the school parents and community members. The construction is supervised by a professional Engineer who ensures the work is done in accordance with the BoQs (Bills of Quantities). The Engineer is supported by the KAP management, KAP Education projects committee and the school building committee. The Engineer makes a report for the performance of the project and recommends for the next phase

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JULY, 2019 HEILCO PROJECT PROGRESS REPORT

JULY, 2019 HEILCO PROJECT PROGRESS REPORT

The overall objective of this project is to improve households’ nutrition needs, income and overall standards of living. To support 60 households of old people’s standard of living through training of organic piggery by the 2nd month of the project. To promote organic farming through the use of basics of animal rearing and crop growing by the 12th month of the project. To equip at least 25 households of old people with piglets by the 11th month of the project

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Description of Photos conducting the HEILCo Project

DESCRIPTION OF PHOTOS CONDUCTING THE HEILCO PROJECT

After KAP Health Committee identifying the 60 beneficiaries/households, KAP Health Committee organized a 2 (two) days training workshop both theoretical & practical in order to equip the beneficiaries with skills related to raising pigs organically, construct pig sties, collect manure for organic fertilizers and how they can utilize the piggery project to improve their standards of living.

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JUNE, 2019 BRIEF UPDATES

JUNE, 2019 BRIEF UPDATES

The project started on 1st May, 2019. The construction work is done by a professional contractor i.e. BAM Building Construction with support from the school parents and community members. The construction is supervised by a professional Engineer who ensures the work is done in accordance with the BoQs (Bills of Quantities). The Engineer is supported by the KAP management, KAP Education projects committee and the school building committee. The Engineer makes a report for the performance of the project and recommends for the next phase

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November_ 2017 general

NOVEMBER_ 2017 GENERAL

Goal: The overall objective of this project is to create a hunger free community with improved health and standards of living.The Beneficiaries have started harvesting and sold some surplus vegetables and thus adding to the income of the families. Some beneficiaries use the income from the small vegetables for their co-saving. They have also started to practice the system of crop rotation. The beneficiaries have improved on growing of the indigenous foods by applying the organic fertilizers. The beneficiaries have also learned the techniques of fighting against the crop pests and insects.

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October_ 2017 general report

OCTOBER_ 2017 GENERAL REPORT

Every Monday of the week, KAP staffs go to Kyamulibwa Health Centre III to give health talks and HIV/AIDS counseling services to patients at this health center. This time it was not possible because the program was interrupted by the student nurses who were busy with their nursing practice in the same place at the same time.

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March _ Apr 2017 general report

MARCH _ APR 2017 GENERAL REPORT

Providing health talks & HIV/AIDS counseling at Kyamulibwa Health center III.Every Monday of the week, KAP staffs go to Kyamulibwa Health Centre III to give health talks and HIV/AIDS counseling services to patients at this health center.

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Jan _ Feb 2017 general report

JAN _ FEB 2017 GENERAL REPORT

Here we exchange ideas concerning various health issues ranging from good sanitation, personal hygiene, and abstinence from sex for the unmarried, use of condoms, Sexually Transmitted Infections (STIs), early pregnancies, rape, defilement, and balanced diet, among others.

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QTR 2 2016 REPORT

QTR 2 2016 REPORT

How the sustainability of the project is being assured (financially/actual effect) Financially; the kind of trees planted in the model farm bear fruits and such fruits include; coffee, mangoes, avocado, oranges and passion fruits. Currently, KAP is able to harvest passion fruits and sell them for an income. Such income generated supports the maintenance of the model farm and the ongoing monitoring of the project.

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July to Sept 2016 General Report

JULY TO SEPT 2016 GENERAL REPORT

Here we exchange ideas concerning various health issues ranging from good sanitation, personal hygiene, and abstinence from sex for the unmarried, use of condoms, Sexually Transmitted Infections (STIs), early pregnancies, rape, defilement, and balanced diet, among others.

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Oct & Nov 2015 GENERAL REPORT

OCT & NOV 2015 GENERAL REPORT

We informed them that at least in all types of food, pick one and eat it a day. We also taught them some of the signs of poor feeding especially in young children and these included; I. Stunted growth II. Glittering of the skin III. Brownish hair instead of black

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QTR 3 2015 GENERAL REPORT

QTR 3 2015 GENERAL REPORT

One of the KAP’s values is “Fair Treatment & Empowerment” With that, KAP then decided to start a project related to the challenges faced by the girls/female youths in order to reduce their redundancy, obtain one on one free talks, better interactions and above all empower them to live better lives. This is an ongoing project until December, 2015

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Sponsor Vulnerable Children

KAP has 13 kids on the sponsorship program, the program was started with an intention of providing educational support to orphans and children from poverty stricken families, below are the children on KAP Sponsorship program...

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