Posts Tagged ‘Rural Development’

A retired considers small-scale Profitable Kuroiler keeping for a living

IMG_5879This morning, Kabizi Wankwale Uganda Housing Cooperative Chairman Mr. Serunjoji John picked a total of 68 one-month old chicks from our farm in Mukono.
He considers small-scale profitable Kuroiler keeping as the best option for any one of his age to earn a significant income easily while home as well as ready access to protein-rich food.

Lastly, place your order today for one-day and one-month old Kuroiler chicks.

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Bluebonnet Kuroiler Keeping Project Model under replication by a number of Organizations and Individuals

1Good Job. Five months ago, Kisowera Community Needs Uganda members were trained in Kuroiler Keeping and Management. They have 30 hens and 3 cocks and today they have been able to bring 90 eggs for hatching into chicks. They plan to bring 90 eggs every week for hatching. From 30 hens, they are able to get at least 15 eggs every day which makes it 105 eggs every 7 days. From 90 eggs, they are able to get atleast 70 chicks every week. In a month they are able to get atleast 280 chicks which makes it atleast 3360 chicks every year. Remember, we are considering the least number of eggs but 30 hens can still lay 26 or 20 eggs a day.
Credit go to Bluebonnet Hills Christian Church which took lead in supporting the Designing, Development, and Implementation of this Kuroiler Keeping project for Education Support and Household income generation.  

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Bluebonnet House to House delivery to the Elderly in Nakifuma villages

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In December 2015, KIRUCODO volunteers delivered Bluebonnet Hills Christian Church donated Humanitarian basic needs to the elderly people in Nakifuma villages. Most of the elderly are very weak to travel longer distances and because of this we decided to deliver the materials home to home unlike in Kikandwa villages where most of the elderly people walked up to the KIRUCODO offices to pick up their respective donations. Below is a photos slideshow covering the entire exercise. Again, we thank the Bluebonnet Hills Christian Church of such great assistance to our communities. God Bless you. Enjoy the slideshow.

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From 40 Kuroiler Hens and 4 cocks, we are now able to supply 1500 Kuroiler chicks to one of our clients in Mukono, Uganda

 A few weeks back, a client submitted an order to our Organization for supplying him 1500 one-day old Kuroiler chicks and last week we were able to deliver 500 chicks as you can see in the photo slideshow below and in the video above while brooding. The chicks were hatched from fertilized eggs from our 40 hens and 4 cocks plus 40 hens and 4 cocks from our two staffs. As you can remember, we started with 40 Kuroiler Hens and 4 cocks as per this Link provides for. At the comment, we have hatched over 4000 fertilized eggs into over 4000 Kuroiler chicks. Every week we take fertilized eggs to the hatchery and every week we deliver new one-day old chicks to our clients and to our local Brooding Centre in Kikandwa village. As an Organization (Kikandwa Rural Communities Development Organization – KIRUCODO), we no longer have an office space as almost all the office space was turned into a Brooding space. Some of our clients press orders for one day old, one week old, two weeks old and one month old Kuroiler chicks. Lastly, if you are out there and need to buy good quality Kuroiler chicks, don’t hesitate to reach out to us at any time. Please enjoy the photos below:

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100 Bee Hives constructed by KIRUCODO Staffs for Empower and Care Organization

Some of the 100 constructed hives already  up ready to be colonized by bees

Some of the 100 constructed hives already up ready to be colonized by bees

This month of July 2014, Kikandwa Rural Communities Development Organization (KIRUCODO) staffs were employed by an NGO (Empower And Care Organization – EACO ) based in Mukono on Kayunga road, YMCA Lane in Mukono town, Mukono District-Uganda to construct 100 Bee Hives for Namanganga Community  based in Kyampisi Sub-County, Mukono District-Uganda for more information please follow this LINK: With the utilization of CTA beekeeping publicationsTools With A Mission andWork Aid International donated carpentry tool, KIRUCODO staffs have been able to execute the job within a two-weeks period. A Big THANK YOU to all our supporters for providing us with appropriate tools, materials, skills and financial support which are enabling us to deliver to our target communities with much ease than it used to be. For more information about EACO please you can contact them directly through this email or this alternative email or visit their website

Below is a photo slideshow of what happened during a two-weeks period.

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Humanitarian Aid Distribution To Elderly; From Bluebonnet Hills Christian Church

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On 21 April 2013,  Kikandwa Rural Communities Development Organization-KIRUCODO reached out with Humanitarian aid basic materials to over 60 needy elderly people in Kalangaalo Sub-County, Singo County, Mityana District Uganda. The Humanitarian aid material was provided by Bluebonnet Hills Christian Church of Austin Texas congregation through their Pastor Dr. Landon Shultz. This is the second time when this church is extending its humanitarian assistance specifically to the Elderly people. Items such as Soap, sugar, salt, match boxes, tea-leaves were distributed. You can have a look at the first distribution we carried out in Kikandwa villages. This is the first time for KIRUCODO to extend its services to a distance of over 50 miles from its areas of operations in Mukono district.

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2012 in review

The WordPress.com stats helper monkeys prepared a 2012 annual report for this blog.

Here’s an excerpt:

600 people reached the top of Mt. Everest in 2012. This blog got about 2,500 views in 2012. If every person who reached the top of Mt. Everest viewed this blog, it would have taken 4 years to get that many views.

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