Save a child from being kidnapped and sacrificed by bringing safe &clean water to rural mukono

The Problem

In many families in rural Mukono and Maracha in west Nile, Children and women travel miles each day to collect water for their families. It's dangerous and debilitating. Children are kept out of school so that they can perform this and other associated household tasks. Recent research also shows that children are more at risk to violent attacks and abuse while fetching water when they walk to collect water to very far wells deep in the forests. In addition to the above, these people have high rates of malnourishment, low but increasing levels of school attendance (especially low amongst girls), high rates of disease (especially malaria), and numerous other problems linked to severe poverty and an exceptionally low standard of living. Drilling borehole in centers where there more people it will help much to protect our children from violent attacks and abuses mentioned above and also it will improve a lot to their heal and sanitation. We believe that through your help, we can protect and transform the life of these people more so children and women who are being violated and denied their rights.

Plan of Action

Drilling borehole in centers where there more people it will help much to protect our children from violent attacks and abuses mentioned above and also it will improve a lot to their heal and sanitation. Our target is to drill 40 bore holes within the community of rural Mukono. We believe that through your help, we can protect and transform the life of these people more so children and women who are being violated and denied their rights. We believe that through your help, we can protect and transform the life of these people more so children and women who are being violated and denied their rights. EACO and HumaneAfrica have been working together in partnership on issues relating to child mutilation/sacrifice since November 2011. We have recently completed research on this issue where HumaneAfrica was the lead and EACO was the implementing partner, with funding from the Save the Children, the British High Commission and the Norwegian Embassy in Kampala. . Recent research shows that children are more at risk to violent attacks and abuse while fetching water when they walk to collect water to very far wells deep in the forests. This partnership has been strengthened during this period and has resulted in our collective commitment to work together as a consortium on this issue. The objective was to work together to contribute to awareness raising of child mutilation/sacrifice and the fight against this harmful practice in Uganda, while promoting and protecting children and human rights. More about this research and Regarding the reference. Simon Fellows Director for HumaneAfrica is happy to speak on our behalf; these are our current donors in Human rights (Child Protection). Bellow is the contact details Simon Fellows Director HumaneAfrica Simon@humaneafrica.org Skype name: simon.scn HumaneAfrica, UK Registered Charity Registration number: 1147373 Each deep borehole with the under ground tank which water corrects which is then used to support the farmers during the dry season costs £8000 and £10 will bring safe drinking water to one person £25 will train the clients on hygiene and sanitation £50 will buy a pipes for construction £90 will buy construction materials When you donate £8000 will help to drill a deep borehole with the under ground tank which water corrects which is then used to support the farmers during the dry season and this will serve 3000 people in the one of the communities of Mukono so any donation can make a difference. As your extending your work to other parts of the world, EACO needs your support and cooperation. And we hope to get a positive response from you! Donate by wire transfer http://www.eacouganda.webs.com/donations.htm or by Donate to EACO here http://www.asafeworldforwomen.org/sponsor-a-project/end-child-sacrifice-in-uganda.html?view=donation

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