the poultry project

The Poultry Project started working in Mbale, Uganda in 2006. Today, we work with nearly 30 families in the Mbale region. Mbale, located in eastern Uganda, sits at the foothills of the Mount Elgon mountain range.

 


Wabukala Emma
(15) joined the Poultry Project in 2006 after losing his father to HIV/AIDS. Emma lives with his mother, a sibling and extended family in Mbale, Uganda. Project profits have help Emma advance to upper secondary school.


The late Nagwere Rashid joined the Poultry Project in 2006 after losing both parents to HIV/AIDS. Rashid past away in 2009 due to poor health, but his siblings have continued the Project at their grandmother’s home outside of Mbale, Uganda.


The late Mukhaye Jacqueline joined the Poultry Project in 2006 after losing both parents to HIV/AIDS. Jacqueline past away during her participation, but her siblings have continued the Project at their grandmother’s home outside of Mbale, Uganda. The family has done very well with the Project and have used  profits to pay school fees for all of the children.


The late Angura James joined the Poultry Project in 2006 after losing both parents to HIV/AIDS. James past away during his participation, but his siblings have continued the Project at James’s oldest brother Charles’s home in Bukedea, Uganda. The family has grown their Project to include goats and cows.


The late Khauka Hanania joined the Poultry Project in 2006 after losing both parents to HIV/AIDS. Hanania passed away during his participation, but his siblings have continued the Project as their grandmother’s home outside of Mbale, Uganda. The family has used Project profits to, among other things, pay school fees of the siblings and purchase a small flock of goats.


Nakawombe Annet
(16) joined the Poultry Project in 2008 after losing her father to HIV/AIDS. Annet lives with her mother and three siblings in Kachumbala, Uganda. Annet has used Project profits to improve her health and the health of her siblings.


Acham Faith
(11) joined the Poultry Project in 2006 after losing both parents to HIV/AIDS. Faith lives with her aunt, six siblings and ten cousins in Bukedea, Uganda. Faith has done a great job with the Project, using Project profits to purchase several goats and cows for her family.


Apiot Agnes
(20) joined the Poultry Project in 2006 after losing both parents to HIV/AIDS. Agnes lives with her aunt, five siblings and eleven cousins in Kumi.


Akido Betty
(18) joined the Poultry Project in 2006 after losing both parents to HIV/AIDS. Betty lives with her uncle, four siblings and extended family in Bukedea, Uganda. Betty is one of the Project’s most successful participants, having grown her Project to include more than 70 chickens, goats and cows.


Okwi Peter
(21) joined the Poultry Project in 2006 after losing both parents to HIV/AIDS. Peter lives with his wife, three children and siblings in Bukedea, Uganda.


Engole Jude
(20) joined the Poultry Project in 2006 after losing both parents to HIV/AIDS. Jude lives with his grandparents and three siblings in Bukedea, Uganda.


Mutonyi Sandra
(13) joined the Poultry Project in 2008 after losing both parents to HIV/AIDS. Sandra lives with her uncle, two siblings and ten other relatives in Mbale, Uganda. Sandra has done well with the Project and has used Project profits to purchased food, clothing and school fees for her and her family.


Ikokole Esther (
17) joined the Poultry Project in 2008 after losing both parents to HIV/AIDS. Esther lives with her aunt and five siblings in Kumi, Uganda.

MBALE POULTRY PROJECT PARTICIPANTS:


Loda Scovia
(13) joined the Poultry Project in 2011 after losing her father to HIV?AIDS. Scovia lives with her mother and six siblings in Budaka, Uganda.


Nanyama Barbara
(16) joined the Poultry Project in 2011 after losing both parents to HIV/AIDS. Barbara lives with her grandmother and two siblings in Budadiri, Uganda.


Namukowa Godfrey
(16) joined the Poultry Project in 2011 after losing his father to HIV/AIDS. Godfrey lives with his mother and four siblings in Bubulo, Uganda.


Wabusela Joshua
(6) joined the Poultry Project in 2011 after losing both parents to HIV/AIDS. Joshua lives with his grandparents and four siblings in Bubulo, Uganda.


Nadunga Lukaya
(3) joined the Poultry Project in 2011 after losing both parents to HIV/AIDS. Nadunga lives with her grandmother and four siblings in Bungokho, Uganda.


Naula Brenda
(11) joined the Poultry Project in 2011 after losing both parents to HIV/AIDS. Brenda lives with her grandmother and sibling in Budaka, Uganda.


Sebuliba Paul
(10) joined the Poultry Project in 2011 after losing both parents to HIV/AIDS. Paul lives with his grandmother and four siblings in Budaka, Uganda.


Asingala Racheal
(15) joined the Poultry Project in 2011 after losing her father to HIV/AIDS. Racheal lives with her mother and four siblings in Budaka, Uganda.


Wamayeye Wilson
(9) joined the Poultry Project in 2011 after losing both parents to HIV/AIDS. Wilson lives with his sisters, his aunt and grandfather in Mbale, Uganda.


Nagudi Shamim
(10) joined the Poultry Project in 2006 after losing both parents to HIV/AIDS. Shamim lives with her grandparents and extended family in Soronko, Uganda. Shamim has done very well with the Project and uses profits to pay school fees and medical expenses.


Opolot Emmanuel
(13) joined the Poultry Project in 2008 after losing his father to HIV/AIDS. Emmanuel lives with his mother and four siblings in Mbale, Uganda. Emmanuel's Project has allowed him to purchase land and a cow for his family.


Nambozo Maimuna
(17) joined the Poultry Project in 2006 after losing both parents to HIV/AIDS. Maimuna lives with her grandmother and siblings in Soronko, Uganda. Maimuna has struggled to grow the Project because she is constantly moving from home to home within her extended family.


Wafana Eric
(9) joined the Poultry Project in 2006 after losing his father to HIV/AIDS. Eric lived with his mother and two siblings in Soronko, Uganda. Since joining the Project, Eric has used his profits to pay for school fees for himself and his siblings and to purchase a small coffee farm for his family.


Waniaye Yekosophat
(12) joined the Poultry Project in 2006 after losing his father to HIV/AIDS. Yekosophat lives with his mother and two siblings in Soronko, Uganda. Since joining the Project, Yekosophat has used his profits to, among other things, purchase the land that the family now lives on.

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