LADIES IN ACTION AT WORK 2011 PART THREE

September 29, 2011 at 10:22 am Leave a comment

We have gone through the phase one- food distribution and phase two tree planting. Now we go the phase three medical camp.

We had a medical camp at Gilwatsi School on May 21st and treated almost 350 people.  Second medical camp was held at Kisatiru School in Vihiga district. Here about 300 people received medical attention and medicines.

Dr. Beryl                                                 Mrs Nisha Haria at Pharmacy.

DR Francis.

Earlier when Marja and Monica were here we had a very successful Animal Camp

Cows; bulls; goats; dogs; cats; pigs; and many other were given vaccinations and were sprayed with teak prevention medicine.

The final project school building and library building.

Due to lack of funds and very high cost of construction we have not been able to build schools. But this did not stop us from building libraries. So far we have built four libraries in Vihiga district and one more to come at Rabour –Kano planes.

Children spend more time studying in libraries and the results of the schools improve in high standards.

Our new project of collecting plastics and making mattress is beginning to be quite a success! Below is a letter from the Kisumu Youth Football Association:

Hi Mr. and Mrs. Pabari –

Thank you again for initiating this mattress project! We at KYFA are so impressed with the simplicity yet innovation behind the idea. If we can get a few more teams on-board, this would be a really interesting story for the media to cover.

The Obunga Babes club is pretty excited that they have already finished their first mattress. Opiyo tells me that they are giving them to their players first, those who don’t have a mattress to sleep on. But they have already gotten requests from customers who are willing to pay 400 and up.  I am going to circulate information to all of our clubs hoping that they will be motivated by the Obunga players.

Thank you again!

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