this http://chopcult.com/wp-admin/images/secure.php geneva; font-size: small; mso-bidi-font-family: ‘Cambria Math’;”>According to programme coordinator Abdu Mwebe, mattresses, blankets, exercise books, soap, tree seedlings and other support items were given to 700 school-going orphans from different parts of Uganda.
“This donation is aimed at supporting the orphans in easing their school and academic attendances while at the same time raise their self-esteem,” Mwebe said.
IHH-e.V Europe is a European non-governmental and non-discriminatory organisation with its head offices in Frankfurt, Germany. It has projects and works in more than 50 less and under developed countries especially African countries and Asia.
Areas and organisations that are listed to benefit from the above donation include Lira, Lwengo, Wakiso, Lira, Butambala, Mityana, Kamuli, Sanyu babies Home, Nsambya babies Home, Lugo orphanage Centre, Larch community, etc.
Dr. Mustafa Yoldas the chairman of IHH e.V Europe Germany announced last week at the end of his long week visit to Uganda recently to participate in the Eidh Adha slaughter festival where both IHH e.V and IGMG HSV from Germany donated 600 cows that were sacrificed and the meat given to disadvantaged communities in different parts of Uganda.
IHH e.V and IGMG HSV through HEAR UGANDA have continuously made donations to Uganda. Both organisations are supporting other projects is in Uganda including tree planting under the Green Top project popularised by HEAR UGANDA.
During the last Edhi season alone, HEAR UGANDA, IGMG HSV and IHH e.V planted over 15,000 trees between Sunday 6th and 9th November 2011. The Green Top Project is an initiative of HEAR UGANDA and other stake holders that targets to plant at least 2 million trees in seven years in various parts of Uganda.
IGMG HSV donated over 832 cows and ten thousand tree seedlings in the in 2010 alone. It has already committed to supporting 50 orphans in Uganda for a year with scholastic materials, clothing, tuition, beddings, etc. IGMG HSV and IHH Europe are German based NGOs that are active in other countries like Burundi, Rwanda, Kenya, Tanzania plus over 50 countries in the world.
Currently, IGMG is completing a multi-million Euro school for Pakistan flood victims. A similar project is also underway in Kano State, Nigeria for under privileged students.
In Uganda, IGMG HSV and IHH e.V Europe are in the process of comprehensively supporting orphans and building a school among other projects.