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SPAU units groups

SPAU mobilises single parents into small units called “SPAU groups”, reflective of the various communities in which they originate and also in which SPAU operates. A typical SPAU group consists of between 15-30 members. It is through these groups that SPAU extends support to the single parents and their families.

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Achieve equality

SPAU campaigns to achieve equality of opportunities for single parents -both men and women. SPAU supports single parents in Uganda regardless of tribe, race, nationality, gender, or religion. SPAU is concerned with promoting the welfare and development of people in poor single parent families in Uganda.

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Non-governmental

SPAU is a small local non-governmental organisation that has so far survived on a limited budget to achieve most of its goals. The primary objective of the projects that we undertake is to ensure that the poorest and often most disadvantaged single parents and their children live better lives. Please contact us to learn about how you can support our work in Uganda.

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Candle making

We build the skills, knowledge and capacity of single parents through community-based groups, to engage in participative processes of needs assessment, drawing up and implementing sustainable strategies to enable them to overcome conditions of poverty. These approaches involve the implementation of various income generating activities/projects (IGA) at either individual or group-level for the beneficiary single parents. We aim to empower beneficiary poor and disadvantaged single parents to provide an additional and reliable income for their households through the proceeds realised from thei

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Mushroom growing

We build the skills, knowledge and capacity of single parents through community-based groups, to engage in participative processes of needs assessment, drawing up and implementing sustainable strategies to enable them to overcome conditions of poverty. These approaches involve the implementation of various income generating activities/projects (IGA) at either individual or group-level for the beneficiary single parents. We aim to empower beneficiary poor and disadvantaged single parents to provide an additional and reliable income for their households through the proceeds realised from thei

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Piggery-rearing

We build the skills, knowledge and capacity of single parents through community-based groups, to engage in participative processes of needs assessment, drawing up and implementing sustainable strategies to enable them to overcome conditions of poverty. These approaches involve the implementation of various income generating activities/projects (IGA) at either individual or group-level for the beneficiary single parents. We aim to empower beneficiary poor and disadvantaged single parents to provide an additional and reliable income for their households through the proceeds realised from thei

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Poultry-rearing

We build the skills, knowledge and capacity of single parents through community-based groups, to engage in participative processes of needs assessment, drawing up and implementing sustainable strategies to enable them to overcome conditions of poverty. These approaches involve the implementation of various income generating activities/projects (IGA) at either individual or group-level for the beneficiary single parents. We aim to empower beneficiary poor and disadvantaged single parents to provide an additional and reliable income for their households through the proceeds realised from thei

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Confectionery making

We build the skills, knowledge and capacity of single parents through community-based groups, to engage in participative processes of needs assessment, drawing up and implementing sustainable strategies to enable them to overcome conditions of poverty. These approaches involve the implementation of various income generating activities/projects (IGA) at either individual or group-level for the beneficiary single parents. We aim to empower beneficiary poor and disadvantaged single parents to provide an additional and reliable income for their households through the proceeds realised from thei

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Handicraft-making

We build the skills, knowledge and capacity of single parents through community-based groups, to engage in participative processes of needs assessment, drawing up and implementing sustainable strategies to enable them to overcome conditions of poverty. These approaches involve the implementation of various income generating activities/projects (IGA) at either individual or group-level for the beneficiary single parents. We aim to empower beneficiary poor and disadvantaged single parents to provide an additional and reliable income for their households through the proceeds realised from thei

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Paper recycling

We build the skills, knowledge and capacity of single parents through community-based groups, to engage in participative processes of needs assessment, drawing up and implementing sustainable strategies to enable them to overcome conditions of poverty. These approaches involve the implementation of various income generating activities/projects (IGA) at either individual or group-level for the beneficiary single parents. We aim to empower beneficiary poor and disadvantaged single parents to provide an additional and reliable income for their households through the proceeds realised from thei

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Tailoring

We build the skills, knowledge and capacity of single parents through community-based groups, to engage in participative processes of needs assessment, drawing up and implementing sustainable strategies to enable them to overcome conditions of poverty. These approaches involve the implementation of various income generating activities/projects (IGA) at either individual or group-level for the beneficiary single parents. We aim to empower beneficiary poor and disadvantaged single parents to provide an additional and reliable income for their households through the proceeds realised from thei

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Brick-making

We build the skills, knowledge and capacity of single parents through community-based groups, to engage in participative processes of needs assessment, drawing up and implementing sustainable strategies to enable them to overcome conditions of poverty. These approaches involve the implementation of various income generating activities/projects (IGA) at either individual or group-level for the beneficiary single parents. We aim to empower beneficiary poor and disadvantaged single parents to provide an additional and reliable income for their households through the proceeds realised from thei

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General Advocacy

Our advocacy activities involve supporting and enabling single parents to: Express their views and concerns Access information and services Defend and promote their rights and responsibilities Explore options and choices Our advocacy revolves around the belief in equal opportunities for everyone, including single parents.

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Education advocacy.

Our advocacy activities seek to influence social change by enabling often marginalised single parents to have a direct say in the issues that affect their lives. Through our advocacy, SPAU provides support and information to single parents with the aim of empowering them and enabling them to express their needs and choices.

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Rights awareness

Our advocacy activities seek to influence social change by enabling often marginalised single parents to have a direct say in the issues that affect their lives. Through our advocacy, SPAU provides support and information to single parents with the aim of empowering them and enabling them to express their needs and choices. Our advocacy activities include: Rights awareness advocacy and Education advocacy. Our advocacy activities seek to influence social change by enabling often marginalised single parents to have a direct say in the issues that affect their lives. Through our advocacy, SPA

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Accountability

Our core values are those values that we hold which form the foundation on which we work and conduct ourselves. The core values are not descriptions of the work that we do or the strategies that we employ to accomplish our mission. On the contrary, these core values underlie our work, how interact with each other, and which strategies we employ to fulfil our mission. They are the practices that we use every day in everything that we do. Our core values are:

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Gender Equity

Our core values are those values that we hold which form the foundation on which we work and conduct ourselves. The core values are not descriptions of the work that we do or the strategies that we employ to accomplish our mission. On the contrary, these core values underlie our work, how interact with each other, and which strategies we employ to fulfil our mission. They are the practices that we use every day in everything that we do. Our core values are:

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Openness

Our core values are those values that we hold which form the foundation on which we work and conduct ourselves. The core values are not descriptions of the work that we do or the strategies that we employ to accomplish our mission. On the contrary, these core values underlie our work, how interact with each other, and which strategies we employ to fulfil our mission. They are the practices that we use every day in everything that we do. Our core values are:

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Equality

Our core values are those values that we hold which form the foundation on which we work and conduct ourselves. The core values are not descriptions of the work that we do or the strategies that we employ to accomplish our mission. On the contrary, these core values underlie our work, how interact with each other, and which strategies we employ to fulfil our mission. They are the practices that we use every day in everything that we do. Our core values are:

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Tolerance

Our core values are those values that we hold which form the foundation on which we work and conduct ourselves. The core values are not descriptions of the work that we do or the strategies that we employ to accomplish our mission. On the contrary, these core values underlie our work, how interact with each other, and which strategies we employ to fulfil our mission. They are the practices that we use every day in everything that we do. Our core values are:

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Charitable org

Single Parents Association of Uganda (SPAU) is a Ugandan charitable organisation that aims to empower poor single parents and their families to increase their household incomes and provides a forum for marginalised single parents to advance their rights.

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VISION 2020

SPAU's vision is to overcome poverty and stigma among single parents and help create a society that recognises, respects and accepts single parents as equal members of society who can contribute to its socio-economic development

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VISION 2016

SPAU’s vision is to overcome poverty and stigma among single parents and help create a society that recognises, respects and accepts single parents as equal members of society who can contribute to its socio-economic development

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Welfare

SPAU’s mission is to improve the welfare of poor and marginalised single parents and their families through empowering single parents to meet their own needs.

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Empowermet

SPAU’s mission is to improve the welfare of poor and marginalised single parents and their families through empowering single parents to meet their own needs.

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Mission 2020

SPAU’s mission is to improve the welfare of poor and marginalised single parents and their families through empowering single parents to meet their own needs.

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common concerns

Collectively address common concerns

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Household incomes

Increase their household incomes

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Children success

Raise their children successfully

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Summary

SPAU seeks to demonstrate to the public that single parents are equally able members of their communities, who when given a chance and the empowerment, can contribute positively to the socio-economic development of their communities.

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Linkages

Linking remote communities to direct AIDS service providers, such as mobile clinics, blood testing and counselling

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HIVAIDS awareness

HIV/AIDS awareness and prevention campaigns among the wider community

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Rights-awareness

Rights-awareness and lobbying activities to enable single parents to advance their rights

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Training services

Training services -manageable and sustainable income-generating activities

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Forming groups

Through encouraging the formation of single parents groups, through which members can offer group counselling and also build resilience, from interacting with fellow single parents, so as to face the challenges that come with single parenting.

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productive group

Through mobilising single parents into functional and productive group/individual units, SPAU seeks to empower single parents with skills, knowledge and working capital to engage in practical and sustainable service delivery projects, through which they can gain empowerment to address their socio-economic needs.

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Poverty alleviation

HIV/AIDS is the major threat to development, economic growth and poverty alleviation in much of sub-Saharan Africa. SPAU seeks to break the HIV/AIDS-poverty vicious cycle by fighting HIV/AIDS, even as we implement development projects targeted at improving the socio-economic livelihoods of single parents. SPAU is also an active participant in the national and global battle against HIV/AIDS by engaging in various activities aimed at directly containing and preventing the spread of HIV/AIDS.

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Marginalised status

In many societies in Uganda, single parents are marginalised because of their status. This marginalisation extends beyond simple stigma. It involves single parents being denied their constitutional rights; such as the right to ownership of matrimonial property in cases of spouse death or separation, the right to custody of their children, the right to be heard and participate in their local community policy making. As a result, single parents -especially women- are sidelined during such important processes of decision making and their chances of being heard and issues that affect them negative

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Strategic Planning

Laying down new strategies: Strategic Planning II

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British charity

Advantage Africa is a British charity organisation that supports the ideas and work of inspirational people in Africa to overcome poverty and disadvantage. In partnership with Advantage Africa, SPAU is supporting the collective aspirations of 500 single parents from across five groups in central Uganda to become financially self-reliant and gain the skills and knowledge to combat HIV/AIDS in their communities.

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Profile

Concern Worldwide is a non-governmental, international, humanitarian organisation dedicated to the reduction of suffering and working towards the ultimate elimination of extreme poverty in the world’s poorest countries. Between 2005 and 2008, SPAU worked with CONCERN to improve the socio-economic livelihoods of urban-dwelling single parents across 18 zones in Rubaga division, Kampala.

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Cooperaid

Cooperaid is a Swiss non-profit, non-political, non-sectarian, humanitarian, organisation that works together with national and international aid agencies to support local initiatives at the grass-roots. Cooperaid also seeks to enable AIDS orphans, refugee children, as well as girls and boys from poor and socially disadvantaged families to attend school. Our partnership with Co-operaid is currently benefitting up to 1,000 individuals and 150 households affected by HIV/AIDS in Wakiso district, to learn and implement Memory Work strategies within a family setting.

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Profile

Cooperaid is a Swiss non-profit, non-political, non-sectarian, humanitarian, organisation that works together with national and international aid agencies to support local initiatives at the grass-roots. Cooperaid also seeks to enable AIDS orphans, refugee children, as well as girls and boys from poor and socially disadvantaged families to attend school. Our partnership with Co-operaid is currently benefitting up to 1,000 individuals and 150 households affected by HIV/AIDS in Wakiso district, to learn and implement Memory Work strategies within a family setting.

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Profile

Uganda Reflex is a U.K. charity that was set up in 2004 to provide assistance to SPAU activities in Uganda. Uganda Reflex and SPAU provide human scale responses to the alleviation of poverty through intensive micro-projects targeted at reaching communities with single parents. Most of our projects are suitable for carrying out around the homestead where children can be looked after quite easily at the same time. Uganda Reflex also promotes and assists Ugandan trade to Britain. Together, we aim to help as many people as possible and so we endeavour to make our projects self-sustaining within th

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Factors

HIV/AIDS is the principle underlying factor for a number of diseases including TB, meningitis, and several other opportunistic infections. Consequently, HIV/AIDS has increased the demand for health care and drugs, exerting immense pressure on scarce resources, which has in turn, reduced accessibility of health care for everyone, but hurt the poor the most.

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Living with HIV

At least 50% of SPAU’s members are people living with HIV/AIDS. At least 90% of SPAU members come from families that are affected by HIV/AIDS. Single parents -especially women- are also considered at a high risk of catching HIV/AIDS in the communities in which they live. SPAU designs programs for women, men, and young people of all ages; to explore their social needs, to analyse the communication barriers that they face, and to practise different and better ways of addressing their relationships and changing their behaviour, both individually and collectively to mitigate the effects of HIV/A

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mitigation activities

SPAU HIV/AIDS mitigation activities currently being run are: Community and Home based care training HIV/AIDS awareness exercises such as community workshops and video-shows HIV/AIDS counselling Linking remote communities to direct HIV/AIDS service providers who provide: mobile-blood testing, counselling and referrals Memory Work SPAU seeks to mainstream HIV/AIDS in its development projects to support single parent families. Mainstreaming HIV/AIDS is the process of analysing how HIV/AIDS impacts on various sectors both currently and in the future, to determine how

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socio-economic

HIV/AIDS affects all strata of the population in Uganda and poses a serious threat to the socio-economic life and development of individuals and groups of people alike. Although much has been done to create awareness of HIV/AIDS in Uganda, promoting testing and facilitating care for people living with HIV, a lot still needs to be done to reduce HIV infection further and to mitigate the socio-economic impact of the epidemic at individual, household and community level.

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Key elements

Memory Work consists of several key elements: Communication skills Child development and parenting Disclosing HIV status Planning for the future and legal support Loss and bereavement The memory book is an important part of this work, and is a simple tool that can support children, strengthening their sense of identity, and helping them to understand their family background. The memory book is only part of the approach, and is stronger when it is not used in isolation from the other elements of memory work. In partnership with Co-operaid, SPAU is currently impl

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NACOWLA

SPAU took on Memory Work to meet this need. In Uganda, Memory Work was first adapted by the National Community of Women living with HIV and AIDS (NACOWLA) to help its members and their families cope with the realities of HIV in their lives. Memory work developed as a creative response to the impact of the HIV epidemic on children, particularly children who faced being orphaned. Memory work is an example of a child-centred approach – that is, an approach that involves children in decision making processes in a way that is appropriate for their age and stage of development.

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Parents

Children suffer profoundly as their parents fall sick or die. Their experience is often characterized by:

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The Idea

Paul LwangaPaul saw much of the overseas aid going towards awareness projects and medicines for people suffering from AIDS, but very little going to their family dependents who had to keep their own lives going in spite of economic hardship. Paul shared this idea with his two colleagues, Anne Lubega (RIP) and Alex Ssenyama, who were also single parents at the time facing the growing pressures and needs of raising children on their own. The trio eventually set up SPAU in December 1999, registering it with the government of Uganda as a non governmental organisation under charity number S.5914/29

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Staff and Trustees

SPAU maintains a large network of volunteers who are all community-based and usually also single parents and/or members of local SPAU groups. SPAU volunteers also include single parent group leaders and other executive-office bearers of their group committees. A typical SPAU group committee consists of at least 5 people who include: the chairperson, vice chairperson, treasurer, general secretary and information secretary/mobiliser. The SPAU group committees are responsible for the day-to-day operations of their respective groups. SPAU members in each group agree on the roles and responsibiliti

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Sharing

Sharing and learning from mutual experiences

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Mainstreaming issues and needs

Enabling the mainstreaming of single parents’ issues/needs in the respective service providers’ programs

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Namitala Moreen , Uganda
2020 Jan 28

Am a single mother of two kids

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Namitala Moreen , Uganda
2020 Jan 28

I want to join this organisation

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Arihoona ireen , Uganda
2020 Jan 25

Thank you for the good work. Here there is a single mother, homeless, she has twins, they all look malnourished. Too tiny, 1 year old but it's unbelievable. How can u help them??

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kato julius , Uganda
2020 Jan 17

PROBLEM STATEMENTThere is a worrying picture of food insecurity in Kasese district. According to Kasese district, production and marketing department annual report(2016),it has been identified that 54.6 of households experience food shortage during one or more season and that, more alarmingly,8.3 of households are food insecure during all four seasons. While most suffer difficulties satisfying their food needs at least once during the day, consumption of meals per day is on sliding scale with extremely poor and severely deprived households consuming only 2.0 meals per day on average.84 o f households do not have sufficient food reserves for the next 2-3 months. There is a low nutrition value in the daily meals consumed in majority of households in Kanyangeya parish (Kanyangeya United Couples Association) Baseline survey ,2018.The consumption of nutrition high foods is low with meat or fish being consumed on average 1.9 times per week Kanyangeya United Couples Association Baseline survey,2017. According to the recent study conducted by FURA November,2014, indicted that Nyamwamba sub-county is among the most affected sub-county having the highest number of children with malnutrition in Kasese district. Equally responses from village health team and local council leaders during the baseline survey conducted by Kanyangeya United Couples Association in 2015,clearly point out that in spite of the efforts undertaken by local leaders and self-help organization in Nyamwamba sub-county to address the above issues, there is still very limited awareness on the benefits of better nutrition practices pointing poultry keeping, kitchen gardening practices and health education among families in Kasese . Thus rendering pregnant mothers, children and their family members susceptible to diseases related nutritional deficiencies in their daily family meals or diets. According to Nyamwamba HC III Anuual performance report, 2015, the number of pregnant mothers currently receiving antenatal and postnatal care and children with poor feeding in Nyamwamba sub-county is at 34. As such, if some nutritional concerns of children and pregnant mothers are not addressed in the households in Nyamwamba sub-county and most parts of Kasese district .like it is stated that because of Poverty, they cant get money to buy other nourishing foods like meat, also Lack of awareness that-Eating mainly starches which are good foods are known for building the body. Many people grow protein foods but because they dont know the value they end up selling them and starve their body, Poor family planning with Interval between one child after the other is short and because this child will be removed or stopped from breastfeeding and taken up by the grandparents for care because they are pregnant. Also having many children which the family cannot afford to maintain or cater for, Beliefs which may be cultural or religious where some people are not allowed to eat certain types of food and which is protein in nature for example chicken, eggs, grasshoppers, fish etc, Diseases of the mother and the child play an important role in causing malnutrition for example. T.B, Cancer, Anemia etc, Drought ,Many crops in Uganda are destroyed by sunshine and this has lead to the shortage of food. Region Insecurity. thats why Kanyangeya United Couples Association thought of training on nutrition and the relevant methods of income generation. So we need your help

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Linda katugume , Uganda
2019 Sep 02

Hi. My name is s Linda and am from Bushenyi district in western Uganda. Am a mother of two and currently pregnant with the third child. I used to leave in south Africa worth my boy friend from july 2013 to 2019 june. And when he found out he sent chewed us away because his new girlfriend was also pregnant. Currently am staying with my sister in Uganda. And she doesn't have enough money to sustain us. So please am begging you if u can find a job for me to start working so that I can take care of my self and the kids and the pregnancy, am now 4 months pregnant. . I will really appreciate. Am a primary teacher by profession. Hope my request will be sincerely considered. Hope to hear from u soon . thanks. Linda. 256701462945

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Ajok hellen Josephine , Uganda
2019 Jul 31

hi am a single parent I have a dream project piggery and paultry keeping. I also want to start farming on large scale. I live in amuru district. am a graduate with no job how can your organization help me achieve my big dream

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Ajok hellen Josephine , Uganda
2019 Jul 31

hi am a single parent I have a dream project piggery and paultry keeping. I also want to start farming on large scale. I live in amuru district. am a graduate with no job how can your organization help me achieve my big dream

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Susan Nambozo , Uganda
2019 Jun 29

I appreciate the kind of work you are doing. Indeed service to humanity is the best way to serve God and to help the marginalised groups of people like single parents. May the Almighty bless all your effortsI am equally a single mother with a five year old son and I am a student of Law at Kampala International University currently in my fourth year. The father of my son has been paying my tuition from the beginning of my law course and taking care of us well but now he has got a new woman in his life and sent us packing out of his house. I kindly request for financial assistance from your organization to enable me complete my education because through my education I will be empowered and also be able to support my son through school Thank youLooking forward to your positive feedback

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Nkoola charles , Uganda
2019 Feb 26

Dear cooperators thanks do much for the work you are doing to improve the living conditions of the poor allover the world.Am from Uganda and happen to work with a cooperative society where we improve the the skills of young men and women and also educate them about the importance of saving for future use. We help them start small micro credit funds to allow them start up small micro businesses however our capital bade is small how well can we be helped do as to meet the demands of our clients.

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Nsekanabo Gorret , Uganda
2018 Dec 19

Hello thanks for the good job iam a single mother but life is difficult for me how may i be helped

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mission to the Nations , India
2018 Nov 12

Respected President,Greetings from Mission to the Nations - a Non Governmental Organization - Registered Christian Charity in India.Present activities: Rehabilitation to the women in Depressed, Abused, Women Empowerment Training Programs, Sharing the word of God with the unreached millions, Primary Health Care, Girl Child Education Protection, ( we have 15 Free schools operating ) Income Generation opportunities, Poverty Relief, End child marriages, Home for the Orphans, Clean water ( Bore wells ) to impact the world by youth inspiration. In my region, there are many women who do not have any hope and depressed in their life due to their backwardness. Many of the women and children are in Slavery. Due to lack of education, the women are not getting any kind of jobs to do. Exploitation of the women is so high. Many women were trapped in to the hands of immoral people and those women are finally found in red light areas of Metro Cities In India. The fruits of the government programs are really not reaching to most of the people. Child Slavery is also high. So, we have started a mission to help the women and girl children with self employment training programs and to make them to stand on their own with dignity. Word of God and Teaching on different Skills like Cutting and tailoring, Pot painting, embroidery, envelop making, making of infinite scarf, making of cookies like Biscuits, Chocolates and Indian traditional sweet cakes, Hair Cutting Training etc. Each year, we want to help 200 women by setting up a Training center in the rural areas where these 200 women can take training on the above said Skills. In this connection, we request you for your helping hands to set up a training Center for 200 girls and to give 9 months training. So that women can start New Life. In this connection, we apply to you for a grant of 30,000 US dollars to help 200 poor women with 9 months training program. We welcome you to come to our organization to see what we are doing for the needy in the Women community. We welcome volunteers. I hope to hear from you soon. Thank you very much. Kind regards to you,Pastor. Y. Paparao

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Luseti , Uganda
2018 Jun 09

Am a professional filmmaker,currently based in mbale from Nairobi Kenya .This coming weekend is fathers Day and I would like to document a short documentary about Fathers Day. And take professional picture.Kindly contact via phone 256 751 203 287email [email protected] plan more....

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monday AUGUSTINE , Uganda
2018 Jan 30

I Thank you all under this umbrella and pray that God should bless the work of your hands and also the words of your mouth. stay blessed

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sis. Josephine , Uganda
2018 Jan 26

Thanks for the good work my dears. Am not a single parent but raised by a single part. May God bless the works of your hands.

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Sheila Tumwebaze , Uganda
2018 Jan 10

I am a single mother to a beautiful 3year old and much as i have been blessed to still live with my parents, I know I will have to stand on my own 2 feet very soon. I also have people that are dear to me that are single parents and are really struggling, and I would love to join this organization to help them and other people in need of the support you offer. It has always been a passion of mine to do this work and I bless the Lord for the work you guys are doing and the change you are making in the world. GOD BLESS

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Monica Kyomuhangi , Uganda
2017 Dec 24

I would like to be a member because am also a single mother

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Florence Ssebukyu , Uganda
2017 Dec 21

swissleague has done tremendous work in helping the social and economic progress of women under Empathy Uganda.We are pleased to be part of the women that have heard a difference in our livelihoods because of the generous contributions from the Swiss league .May God bless the giving hand of the contributors to the Swiss league

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Sr. Anet , Vanuatu
2017 Nov 08

very good activities YOUR PROJECT IS HELPING MANY FAMILIES .i also social worker staying Tamilnadu i also doing my services towards the village people .my country is India.i read the comments what the people wrote your activities it may reaching iany countries single activities also helping to run the familes ,growing income generation

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Sr. Anet , Vanuatu
2017 Nov 08

very good activities YOUR PROJECT IS HELPING MANY FAMILIES .i also social worker staying Tamilnadu i also doing my services towards the village people .my country is India.i read the comments what the people wrote your activities it may reaching iany countries single activities also helping to run the familes ,growing income generation

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Namyalo joy christine , Uganda
2017 Sep 11

I bring you warm christain greetings,I'm also in need of help for single mothers how dovi apply for it or what do I need to be part of sevices. thank you.

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Namono Janepher , Uganda
2017 Mar 10

Am so blessing and humbled to see what Lord has done to the single mothers. I am one of them but looking forward to also help others so that they can full fill they dreams. May God bless

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