INVITATION FROM GOOD SAMARITAN CHILDREN VILLAGE UGANDA IN EAST AFRICA
Hallo dear beloved friends of Good Samaritan Children's village Uganda we are using this opportunity to inform you about our coming event and fundraising
its going to be very big and much fun lots of things is on that very day is to happen INVITATION
you can also join the event by doing any thing help, support our work by making a donation of food, bed sheets, books, pens, toys or clothes, even money if possible you can even be here your self as volunteer or as our guest
the event will start from 2/12/2013 and it will end on 20/12/ 013 and that will be the last day and the official day, our guest of honors will be Rev farther John Kaye from Katimba palish , sheik falouq Kakooza from Masaka town
IN CASE YOU WANT HELP
BANK ADDRESS ... MASAKA TOWN
BANK NAME ..........CRANE BANK, MASAKA BRANCH
SWIFT CODE,……, CRANUGKAXXX
PAYMENT CREDIT TO NAKASIITA GORETTI
May God only those who will give any thing to help poor people in this Exams season
Over the last twelve years Rancho Mastatal has been building the skill sets and living campus that our standardized educational institutions often pass over. Our 2nd annual Applied Sustainability Skills Intensive is an opportunity to tap into this knowledge by learning-by-doing, and immersing oneself in the fields of Natural Building, Sustainable Agricultural, and Homesteading. This course is designed for students who want to know what it feels like to apply an earthen plaster, sharpen an axe, and make their own soap, while receiving introductory instruction on the science, context, and purpose of each necessary skill set.
This 3-week course presents students with an intense amount of information and challenges them with the physical realities of living more sustainably. Covering a wide array of interconnected topics and asking students to participate in daily farm life, the course will inspire students to change the way they live and see the world. The Intensive is broken down into three modules: Natural Building, Sustainable Agriculture, and Homesteading Skills. Each of these modules will focus on a set of core subjects, which will be expanded to cover a variety of potential discussions, techniques, and practices. We will use the rainforest, the rural community of Mastatal, and our unique site as an outdoor classroom, with approximately 60% hands-on and 40% classroom work. Students must come prepared with an open mind, good questions, and a desire to get dirty and sweaty, as there are many physical components to the work being practiced.
$1,800 for non-Central American foreigners, $1,500 for in-region ex-pats, and $1,200 for Central American. Price includes all food (except on Sunday nights when the Ranch generally supports the local restaurant), lodging, instruction, field trips and access to the Ranch and its facilities. We ask for a $300 deposit to secure your spot in this class.
For more information see http://ranchomastatal.com/pages/programs/events2.php?Grouping=TopMenu&PageName=events#X199X
RE: LAUCHING AND FUNDRASING FOR PRINCE NALYA
INTERNATIONAL CHILDREN’S CENTRE UGANDA CHAPTER.
I warmly invite you for the above reference due to take place on FRIDAY 29TH NOVEMBER 2013 at the official grounds of the organization 4km along kirongero road from the main road to Malaba; the chief guest of honor is the right Hon speaker of parliament Rebecca Alitwala Kadaga who is going to officiate the function, it’s scheduled to run from 8:00am -6:00pm.
It would be our pleasure to have you on this occasion because your presence and participation will be of Great value towards development of the organization.
Yours in service members of prince nalya international children’s centre Uganda chapter (PNICCUC).
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First Step - Helping existing orphanadges starting with:
- Helping with Volunteers who can help out teaching English, Building, Restoration, painting, Playing with the kids and other issues.
- Buying / raising food for the children.
- Buying / raising clothes for the children.
- Restoration of accommodation area and buying of beds, linen & mattresses.
- Restoration of Kitchen Area and dining area.
- Restoration of started project of building of a school.
Buying land in the north of Bail to build our own School & Orphanage. Focusing on education.
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We are establishing a large world-wide pool of volunteers. Our goal is to build and support schools and homes for orphans all over the world.
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Give for Poor-School Children is the potential initiative for the young children who are enrolled to primary schools in Morogoro region. The initiative aims to give scholastic materials to pupils including exercise books, pencils/pens, rulers, rubbers, uniforms and reading books.
This is a progressive project that intends to improve the education status in our country with connection to Millennium Development Goals # 2 that needs to achieve universal primary education with emphasis on target # 1 which ensuring 2015 children everywhere boys and girls be able to complete a full course of primary schooling.
Knowing that, these scholastic materials shall be given to 10 regional primary schools in Morogoro and other region shall follow.
Links: email@example.com, http://www.greenchangesforlenec.webs.com/
The Organization shall appreciate any support from YOU..!
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Have you medical experience in any form? Either as a student Doctor or nurse or qualified and planning to volunteer abroad next year?
Then why not come and help EHN expand on its recent successes with its Global Grizzlies medical trek. From 2014 we are planning a number of smaller trips into the Himalayas with groups of medical professionals who can help in local health posts. The aim is to provide basic medical care and hygenie training for the children.
Interested in knowing more?
The Way EHN work EHN charge £10 or $15 per day plus an £80 or $120 admin. About half of the money you pay goes to the children's home you'll be living in with and the rest going on food and transport. All you need is enough to cover luxuries such as beer, chocolate, internet, laundry and some souvenirs. Everything else is covered by EHN including your airport pickup and drop off and a city tour. In the case of this project EHN will also be making a contribution to the school for teaching materials to support the project further. Should you cancel during your agreed duration of volunteering EHN will charge a 50% cancellation fee. If you want to find out more about this position please contact EHN
Volunteer at making Strides Against Breast Cancer in Downtown Detoit and help finish the fight against breast cancer.
Finish line area -14 years old and up
Cheer Folks on the Route - 11 years old and up
Cleaning Crew - 14 years old and up
Survivor and Activity Tent - 18 years old and up
Water Station on Route - 18 years old and up
T-shirt Tent - 18 years old and up
For more information or to sign up for a position contact.
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Do you know any person above 18 years, groups or families looking for how and where to spend their 2013 summer? AFFCAD has organized a work camp to help construct a block of 4 classrooms at Excel Education Centre supporting over 200 HIV/AIDS orphans and vulnerable children in Bwaise, the most deprived slum area in Kampala Uganda. The dilapidated community school is in a sorry state with wooden classrooms and rusty iron sheets that leak whenever it rains.
Close to half of the population lives in rural areas, 43%, and are unaware of their human rights to basics such as access to clean drinking water. While almost half the homes in the Achuapa District. Women who hold majority of the knowledge of coffee and jam plantation and production are under paid or not paid at all!
We will work with grass root NGO’s to tackle the issue of forest degradation by educating and providing alternatives to open fire wood cooking while encouraging reforestation and education on various species and soil types. Help Women form thier own working groups and research the posibility of gravity-feed water systems and eco-latrines. This in turn will ease waste management while allowing electricity generation.
If you like the sound of this cause please visit the link below and read more about it. any contribution will much appreciated.
A medical camp is an event where people come for medical consultation and treatment fo various conditions including mental health.this event is open for the public and charges are absolutely free. however volunteers are welcome to participate at a minimal cost of US$100 EXCLUDING AIRTICKET. Volunteers can either attend or volunteer material support .