Abraham, Alex and Chris meeting the community members.
Alex addressing some of the community members that turned up to receive the iron sheets
Happy lady who received an iron sheet to roof her pit latrine
People folding up their iron sheets to take home and roof their pit latrines
Namukasa Joyce, a very active community member that has embraced the sanitation program so much in Naibowa. The new hand washing stand was built in her home
Lubaale, one of the village leader and at the same time a church of Christ leader also received an iron sheet
Alex demonstrates to the government officials and the community members how a hand washing stand is used. This is a demo stand in Naibowa village tested out by kibo group
Miriam with an iron sheet
Manuela was explaining to the community members the steps that they should use in case they want to make good decisions
Manuela was explaining to the community members that ie is very important to think first before making decisions.
The area chairperson Mr Samson posing with one of Mvule tree seedlings he planted .
Maliga village members discussing the different foods that make a balanced diet after Irene teaching them. After the lesson she divided them into 3 different groups that represented the energy giving foods, protective foods, and body building foods.
A well smeared kitchen and the children are busy building a dish rack for the family.
A member happily cooking on her fuel efficient stove.
A well maintained smeared home.
Some of the women in attendance.
Kibo staffs demonstrating to the members how the banana stems are measured and cut.
Ida is teaching the women about good quality of a mother and children up bringing.
As Ida was teaching the women, Manuela was also teaching the youth in that village about the importance of abstinence and dangers of early pregnancy and marriage.
Still here Ida was also encouraging them to be prayerful and patient
Manuela was explaining to them how bad it is if you don’t have respect for their parents and elders in the community.
Tom encouraging one of the village residents to finish the pit for his latrine
Some of the members of sinde village listening to the health lesson
The village health trainee of sinde clarifying and thanking Kibo for the good work they are doing in their village.
Kibo staff inspecting the stoves
Manuela was teaching the community members about HIV and Human Right.
Manuela is explaining how important to respect people with HIV.
Some of the members of Nabikenge village listening to the health lesson
The list of Maliga members who received goats
This’s how their constructing their strong latrines with bricks and cement.
One of the existing dish racks in Sinde village
Tippy tap in use next to the pit latrine
Household smearing done in one of the homes in sinde village
Rubbish pit in Sinde
Sinde borehole status drilled by Kibo group back in 2015
Hand washing jerrycan next to the dish rack in Sinde
One of the members posing near her well maintained energy saving stove.
One of the stoves well built and smeared.
Kibo staff addressing some of the members before the activities began.
Manuela is explaining to to the community members about women and HIV
The man in white is explaining how women get sexual transmitted diseases and he was appealing to the fellow men that they should be careful.
Manuela was telling the community members that it’s good for HIV positive people to treat sexually transmitted diseases early enough.
Teaching on dangers of Abortion.
Abraham (4th from right) with some of the community members of Ikumbya village.
The mother is so happy for their children, because they was treated by kibo’s program.
This is how their constructing their moveable dish racks.
This is how their happy for kibo’s work in their families.
Musa Bombo’s new pit latrine to replace the old one that collapsed due to the heavy downpour
Nakibogwe’s new pit latrine under construction
A new pit latrine to replace the old one that broke down recently because of the rains
New pit latrine completed two days ago
Fred digging a new pit latrine next to one that collapsed two days ago because of the rains
Community members of maliga listening to the health talk
Poles being gathered to construct a new borehole fence
Alex talking to the chairperson water user committee, Namulondo Azena about the borehole fence standards and cleaning the borehole at all times
One of the recently constructed latrines in the buluvu village
Irene is teaching the mothers about the the importance of proper up bringing of a child.
Justine is teaching the mothers about good qualities of a mother.
Manuela is reviewing the previous lesson before she can introduce the visitors she came with on that day.
Some of the facilities seen
Lorna also monitored stove usage
Small meeting with the community on the way forward for Life Skills Program.
Chris with one of the enthusiastic members of kitukiro village who was happy to receive Mvule seedlings.
The status of the bukoma kibo borehole
This is how their busy constructing they’re busy constructing their new latrines.
This man is so happy for his new latrines.
This is how their busy digging their new pit latrines.
A resident standing next to his newly constructed latrine
A resident pulling dirt from the pit they are,digging
A resident standing next to his newly constructed latrine
A,resident pouring dirt from the pit
A new pit Latrine for Mutono Steven nearing completion
The new pit latrine under construction in Naibowa
Making cassava chips out of cassava to store for the dry season and the other new stoves to demonstrate how the one with three cooking spaces looks like
Some of the members preparing the materials for building the fuel efficient stove.
One of the stoves that was built on that day.
Manuela was teaching about women and HIV
Manuela is explaining to the community members how women and children are the most vulnerable to disease.
Caitlyn was talking on the dangers of early marriages.
The women counselor giving a review of the lesson taught on the causes of early marriage.
Abraham demonstrates to nabituluntu chairperson how a Mvule tree is planted.
All jericans painted with the kibo logo
Tom in a discussion with the residents
Tom discussing with some of the village residents who came to the meeting
Children helping Carry the jericans
Residents receiving the jericans
Residents celebrating receiving the jericans
Tom with one of the jericans with the kibo logo
New dish rack under construction
The Kibo staff encouraging about the rightful dish rack standards
Encouraging about facility maintenance and standards
List of village names for the jericans
Names of residents to receive jericans
Another list of names for jerican
Hand washing station
Kiige’s new pit latrine
The new borehole in Nawandyo B drilled recently by Kibo group
Charles constructing new structure after the old one broke down due to rains recently
Kibo staff posing with one of the community members and her children next to her kitchen.
A member standing next to her well maintained stove.