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Kirumba OVC groups equipped with bakery skills, given drums for recreational activities

learning practically: Children using hands to mingle  wheat flour to make it ready for making half cakes.

learning practically: Children using hands to mingle wheat flour to make it ready for making half cakes.

On Thursday 23 May,2019,members of Kirumba sub-county orphans and vulnerable children’s group  got equipped with simple bakery skills—majorly making half cakes and ‘daddies’

Attentive: Trainees looking at how a fellow trainee makes small pieces of half cakes.

Attentive: Trainees looking at how a fellow trainee makes small pieces of half cakes.

Most of the children were visibly eager,utmost attentive and excited  for learning how make simple bakery products which they had all along been consuming with little idea about how to make them.

Taking notes: A young trainee seated next to Ms Sharon,the OVC focal person takes notes of the right measurements and inputs needed to put in a given quantity of wheat flour.

Taking notes: A young trainee seated next to Ms Sharon,the OVC focal person takes notes of the right measurements and inputs needed to put in a given quantity of wheat flour.

Others,like Oliver Nakamya,were just impatient to start utilising the attained skills,vowing to pester her  parents to give her  simple startup capital and start making half cakes.

“This is something I can do and buy basic needs and lessen the burden that my parents go through,” Nakamya notes, lauding Kitovu Mobile for such noble initiatives

 

Involve: Cordinators,Sharon,Recheal and Erineo getting involved.

Involved: Coordinators getting involved.

Kirumba sub county has six groups which are formed as per age groups. as spelt out in the Grand Mothers and OVC support concept. The group members go through a series of activities.

These are done in phases and Kirumba project is in phase two which is largely programmed for life skills training so as at the end of the three years—the period for which the projects lasts, the beneficiaries can easily survive.

Ms Sharon Nambasa hands over traditional music instruments for recreational  activities

Ms Sharon Nambasa hands over traditional music instruments for recreational activities

Meanwhile, to ensure that the children engage in recreational activities like music, dance and drummer, the beneficiaries got drums and other local music instruments.
Happily,they (Children ) received their (instruments) and quickly drummed them as they danced Kiganda dance.

 

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