Today we have reached out to 330 children of Kikandwa Church of Uganda Primary School with Pen and Pencils donated by Pens for Kids of UK. Last week, we received a donation of 2000 pens and 2000 pencils from Pens for Kids UK and this week we have started to distribute donation to most needy schools in our community. Tomorrow we shall reach out to over 260 children of St. John Kaama Education Centre and another school yet to be identified this week.
See below what happened today at Kikandwa Church of Uganda Primary School
Today, Kikandwa Rural Communities Development Organization (KIRUCODO) has been appreciated by the Mukono District NGO Network for its Community Development Projects.
This could not be so possible without the Support of all of you our Partners, Volunteers and Friends. We appreciate so much all your continued Support towards our Organization and God Bless you all.
Robert Kibaya (Executive Director) on behalf of the Entire KIRUCODO Executive Committee; Staffs and all Members
Yesterday we received 2000 pens and 2000 pencils donation from Pens for Kids UK. These pens and pencils were contributed by children in UK to help poor children attending rural schools here in Uganda.
This scholastic material donation is going to be distributed to over 900 children in 3 poor rural schools. Watch this space for more updates on the distribution.
Below is a photo slideshow of the donated materials
This month on 18 June, 2015, we managed to deliver 50 one month old Kuroiler chicks to Wesige Mukama Primary School Nakasongola District here in Uganda. The school is more than 100 miles away from our offices and it offers education services to the most needy children from very poor families. The school has been supported with scholastic materials from Bluebonnet Hills Christian Church of Austin, Texas, USA.
For more information about what we have been doing under this Kuroiler Poultry keeping Project for Education Support please refer to this LINK
Below in pictures is what happened last Thursday
The Bluebonnet-Supported Kuloirer Caged Poultry Keeping Project has now grown to the extend that every week we take over 120 fertilized eggs and every week we deliver more than 80 one-day old chicks to our community brooder in Kikandwa Village.
Last month, we started to reach out to rural primary teachers with one-month old kuloirer chicks. The chicks are to help them supplement on their lower monthly salaries. Each teacher receives 26 chicks and when they begin to lay eggs, the organization will help them to hatch the eggs into chicks for selling and keeping as they expand their poultry business.
Remember, this project began with two cages with 22 chicks each and to date we have hatched over 1000 chicks in 9 months.
Below is how the delivery was done last month
Our Kuroiler chicks grow into big cocks and hens such as these ones.
The Bluebonnet-Sponsored caged-poultry keeping Project which begun with only two-cages; each with 22 Kuroiler chicks has expanded within a period of 8 months to a level of hatching over 100 one-day old chicks every week. To date we have hatched over 900 chicks which we have been distributing to selected beneficiaries such as schools, local small-scale farmers, KIRUCODO staffs, etc
This month, we started to reach-out to the general public with one-day old Kuroiler chicks; each being sold at 3000/= (Uganda Money or US$ 1.2). Also, we sell one week old kuroiler chicks each at 5000/= (US$ 2); three-weks old chicks each at 7000/= (Uganda money or US$ 2.8) and four-weeks old each at 10,000/= (Uganda money or US$ 4).
If you want to buy original Kuroiler chicks, just press your order today based on the above costings. You need to deposit 50% of the total cost and pay off the balance on delivery. Also, if you want to deliver to your farm, then you will have to cover the transportation expenses. For any order of kuroiler chicks or hands-on training in small-scale poultry keeping, feel free to email us at: email@example.com
Last Friday 03rd, 2015, we reached to over 60 elderly people in Kikandwa Villages with basic needs donated by Bluebonnet Hills Christian Church of Austin, Texas. Below is a photo slideshow of the whole exercise.