Projects

Clean Water

Equal at last “clean water for u and the people of Nakalokye village”

Voluntary rural community empowerment Uganda is currently soliciting for funds to construct 100ft deep solar powered borehole water system for the people of Nakalokye Village in Bukedea District, in Eastern Uganda which will help at list 1121 households’

  1. Access safe and clean water
  2. Reduce on the distance and time for children collecting water after and before school
  3. Reduce on the cost of treatment on health related water bone diseases

Project total expenditure/cost = 8134 US Dollars

Amount already fundraised and spent 2640 US Dollars

Funds required 5494 US Dollars

The funds are for the following remaining amenities for the full construction of a solar powered borehole facility, for the people of NAKALOKYE village in Bukedea District, to access clean and safe water

  1. 20meters by 20meters piece of land {status } Acquired
  2. Excavation of 100 ft deep water hole {status} Acquired
  3. Complete solar system {status} Not acquired
  4. Slab and small room construction {status} Not acquired
  5. 2pcs 2500 liters water tanks {status} Not acquired
  6. Water tank stand {status} Not acquired
  7. Plumbing amenities {status} Not acquired
  8. Labour {statusNot acquired
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Projects

Households per Ox-Plough

Many farmers in Bukedea District still plough by hand – an exhausting and time consuming task .Available information states that to plough an acre of land by hand takes one(1) month and by ox-plough it takes four(4) days,  Some have adopted ploughing with oxen and have drastically

  1. cut their ploughing time,
  2. expanded their farm size
  3. Increased their yields.
  4. Reduced on exhaustion

With other local partner, we are working with the poorest of farmers, providing them with oxen, ploughs and training. In return, the farmers will invest part of the money from their increased harvests into community projects such as building or clinic.

The Project is planned for 4 communities around Bukedea targeting 137 households. The first phase of the project is currently in progress, the best cows are moderate in size and short horned, like those indigenous in Teso and Karamoja regions. They should be well fed to help in maintaining their energy levels.

Project expenditure

  1. 1 bull = 150 US Dollars
  2. 1 plough = 80 US Dollars

Total Project Expenditure

  1. 137 X 230 = 31.510 US Dollars

Note: Training the farmers is free from LT Farm Tools company one of our local partners

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