Igerera B, Muzamiru opening with a word of prayer
IgereraB, Maria teaching about Measles and chicken pox
Igerera B, the VHT Nasirumbi Rose thanking Kibo for the good job done in their village
IgereraB, Irene thanking members for their continuous coming and also giving her last remarks for the health lessons in this village
Nawampiti village. Kibo staff Tape guiding participants as they build stoves on their own. Pictured is the Chairperson of the healthy and safe kitchen program in Nawampiti participating in stove building.
Nawampiti village , Kibo staff Tape in a brown dress teaching the participants how to measure banana stems used to build stoves.
Muyodi requested you teach the community on a certain kind of sanitary towel that detects Sexually transmitted diseases. It was an interesting kind that goes for 20,000/= Ug shillings each. Has good absorption and aeration ... it causes inflammation immediately it detects an infection.
Pastor Wilber contributing to the topic of the day of Human rights of persons living with HIV
Mukyala commenting on the topic of the day
Bupaluka-Alex Walyomu teaching the community members how to care for the goats they will receive from Kibo Group
New pit dug and with wall lining for a firm foundation
New hand washing stand constructed and awaiting for plastering for durability
New pit dug awaiting slab casting
New latrine pit dug and superstructure raised awaiting roofing
More excavation of the pit to a recommended depth and then slab cast to be laid
The young girl (Amina) asking her mother to come for weekly lessons. This is Bukoma village where by the girl was listening to Ida as she was teaching about parenting skills.
Waiswa the chairman, moving with his wife to attend the community empowerment lessons in Bulyowa A.
Waiswa escorting his wife and waits for her to sit while he was still carry the baby. This demonstrates the lesson of love and unity in marriage, in Bulyowa A community.
Diana in Bulyowa A teaching about the effects of domestic violence in this community
Martin in Bulyowa A, listening to the question of Margret which was, is it important for men to be eating in hotels?This was during the lesson of domestic violence.
Nawandyo A, The chairperson welcoming members and encouraging them to keep time.
Nawandyo A, Justine the village VHT clarifying on some of the causes of low hospital turn up of mothers in her village.
Nawandyo A, Maria welcoming members and also reviewing the previous lesson.
Butabira. Hellen one of the young active girls posing near her mother’s freshly smeared stove.
Nawampiti village. Harriet guiding Scovia on how best to smear her newly built stove.
Nawampiti village. A kibo staff Harriet and Alex Bamulumbye listening to the community as they share stove building progress. Waiswa standing said that they have tried to build stoves on their own but the challenge is that since the rainy season has started some people dodge the Healthy and safe kitchens program and concrete in their gardens.
Nawampiti village. Harriet and Alex Bamulumbye looking at a weak constructed fired storage stand that was well stocked with firewood. They encouraged Naigaga to remove all the wood that was stocked on a weak stand to avoid it falling on some family members that may cause accidends. They advised her to use strong poles as she constructs the firewood storage stands.
Budumba village, Mr Kaisu the tree planting chairperson briefs the meeting about the challenges and achievements the community is facing as they evaluate the economic activities of the community and register the community as well. He reported that some members absent themselves from the meetings.
Budumba village, chris talks to the community leaders during a meeting to guide the community through which economic activity to undertake basing on the resources available.
Budumba village, Mr Grace the community economic activity secretary reads the names of the committed community members to the members. He reported that their is less commitment from some members who miss meetings on many accasions.
Chairperson LC1 daughter Mr Bumali showing the tree she is taking care of.
Abraham showing one of Buluvu member how to put a cage around the tree for protection
One of Buluvu community member showing the tree she has replaced.
A new hand washing stand recently constructed at Fiida’s home. This new design was taught by Kibo group WASH program in Maliga village.
This giant lira tree was given to Fiida by Kibo group in 2018. The tree has been taken good care of and has grown so big
This is Fiida’s cow she got out of one goat she received from kibo group back in 2019. Fifteen other community members in Maliga have gotten each cow now out of a goat they received from kibo group Mvule program
The new borehole wall fence for Mpumiro village under construction
New pit dug with pit lining which gives adequate support from collapsing in
New hand washing stand constructed
Ida demonstrating how women how men treat their spouses in Ndalike village.
Kisame Fred reading the story of Jesus calming the storm as he was explaining what he understood by the chart that they were given to color (shade) in Ndalike village.
Naisamula,Maria was teaching about Uganda’s major infectious communicable diseases
Naisamula, Maria asking members some of the major infectious communicable diseases.
Naisamula, Irene discussing with community members some of the challenges they face with their children while in lockdown of schools.
Igerera A. Kibo staff Harriet in a blue shirt guiding participants to chose leaders that will coordinate the healthy and safe kitchens program.
Igerera A. During the meeting one of the community members(Simon) standing discussing about qualities of good leaders.
Kazimba Kungira village. Jeska looking at one of the newly constructed firewood stand that need to be stocked with enough firewood that the home can use during the time of scarcity especially during the rainy season. She encouraged the family members to look for more wet wood, stock it there, the heat will help to dry them so that they can use them later.
Kazimba kungira village. Jeska looking at Kampi Josephines stove that had cracks before but after Kibo’s visit Alexander worked with his wife and were able to smear their stove. On the side there is a stove that the children also gambled to build on their own meaning that the children were also learning something from Kibo’s program.
Alexander’s stove before it was smeared, it had developed cracks.
Kirwanire. Tape and Suzan in the kitchen teaching the community members how to build the fuel efficient stoves.
Lorna started with the children before the Parents . In this picture we were having a break. There were 12 children from Primary 5 and above and also from primary 4 and below. The mobilizer did not specify the age group so the children also joined in.
During communication Skills topic.
The auditor Mr Jude sharing with Bukudumira community members
Mr Swaibu showing the visitors the community economic project activity they are doing as a community.
Buyange village, Alex walyomu talks to the community members who attended the lesson on constitution writing, he used that opportunity to encourage them to start thinking about uplifting themselves out of poverty by identifying what resources are available instead of having to wait for kibo or government to help them.
Buyange village, Mrs Noroh Kasoga , the chairperon of the constitution writing committee reads part of the written constitution to the community members.
Buyange village ,Meet Mr Isaac musenze,a teacher by profession and a father of six. Mr Isaac is blind but very intelligent, he interpretes the constitution to the community members in local laguage they understand well.
Mr Martin teaching about triggering lessons and letting community members know the minor things they do that can lead to eating of feacal matter like,walls contamination,anal cleansing material,dirt under nails,feaces on babies’ nappies
Keneth demonstrated to the community members on howto wash hands and letting them see the waste water when they wash hands with and without soap
Steven taking the community members on the hand washing stand model on how it’s built and it’s operation
Keneth and Steven guiding the Manson skilled person on how to build the stand
The auditor taking a picture of the newly constructed borehole wall fence as one of the committee members mr Sanyu looks on
Ida demonstrating to the community of Bukudumira the food rations of the chicken.
Diana introducing the lesson of Domestic violence in Bukudhumira
Diana and Ida demonstrating the causes of domestic violence in Bukhudumira community
Kalitumba village : Maria talking to Hajirah a 14 year old young mother and offering her a mama kit for hospital delivery.
Kalitumba village:Maria discussing about Pneumonia.
Kalitumba village: Irene explaining to the members the distance from which members should keep so as to avoid easy spread of some viral diseases that come as a result of saliva droplets.
Butabira village, kibo staff Harriet and Jeska guiding the participants as they mix grass and dirt. During the lesson the participants had messed up instead of mixing dirt and grass at a ratio of 2:1 they had mixed at a ratio of 1:2. Kibo staff corrected their mistakes.
Igerera A, During the home visit Suzan found when most homes were cooking on open flames. This one of the home that she came a cross.
Igerera A village. During the home visits these women voluntarily walked with Suzan to some homes , the children were also following meaning that they were also learning something.
Nawampiti village. This woman Nabirye was found smearing her stove to prevent it from cracking and to look neat.
Nawampiti. Village.kibo staff Tape inspecting the home facilities before the meeting to follow up on smearing progress.
Nawampiti village. One of the homes that had a strong fire wood risen stand that was well stocked with firewood.
The community members carrying out an assignment on HIV and Behavior change. They were paired in twos for this discussion
In a blue shirt is a pastor while in red pants is a Sheihk contributing to the topic of the day
Ismail giving a review of the previous lesson
These three ladies were contributing to the discussion of the day
Alex Walyomu teaching Kitukiro community members about their economic project
The councilor of Kitukiro to the Bugaya sub county Mr Eryasa Owolulalo also teaching the community about the community economic project and he also promised to give financial help towards poultry project.
Nabitutluntu village,Chris (standing), discussing to the community members about Kibo’s objectives of decision to give goats to the community. He advised the community to use the goats to uplift themselves out of poverty.
One of the VHTs called Mr Akuzasi also checking and encouraging the local leaders to continue constructing good standard facilities
There is a good latrine in the backyard and they showed us the place where they are planning to construct the hand washing stands
That is how they are maintaining their old dish racks and women are so happy for using them.
That’s how are using their dish racks
Kenneth inspecting and guiding one resident on the right way of pumping water from the borehole
Residents doing final touches on the kishaike borehole wall fence
Ida praying with Bukoma community members before the meeting started.
Mpata one of the community member in Bulyowa giving one of the causes of domestic violence in the community, he said that when women don’t trust them(men), this can make them embittered and they end up fighting, causing domestic violence.
Bwiire Charles, the Secretary of Bulyowa community, explaining to Diana and the community members that if a woman doesn’t thank him for buying for her a gift this can make him hungry which in the end leads to domestic violence.
Diana in Bulyowa A teaching about domestic violence. In this picture, Dian told the women to appreciate the gifts given to them if they are big panties, they should put on before their husbands, so that they shop together.
Igerera B, Maria during a door to door evaluation, encouraging a teenager about abstinence
Igerera B, Maria was encouraging a mother to go to hospital for antenatal care and postnatal care
Igerera B, Maria encouraging Naigaga on personal hygiene.
Butabira. Suzan in Goreti’s kitchen advising her not to cook on her new improved fuel stove until it turns one month at least. She also encouraged her to keep turning and twisting the saucepans so that they don’t get stuck in the stove.
Butabira. Suzan found that some community members had neatly smeared their buildings which also had strong roofs.
At the beginning of the lesson, other community members joined in towards the end.
Budumba village, above is a photo of community members and their leaders who were discussing about adding more members in their saving scheme.
Budumba village, the chairman of budumba village, mr David welcoming chris and abraham to the meeting, the chairman mobilized the community leaders to embrace every development program that comes in the community.
Kalitumba —Alex B was sharing with community members ideas how to draft their constitution.
Kalitumba—James the Lc1 reminding the community to attending meetings in time.
There is a home for long near the swamp area which didn’t have a latrine. They used to do open defecation around the swamp area. This family have now completed their new latrine. Enock advised them to add more brick to make the structure taller before the roof it.
This home has a hand washing stand which was constructed in front and the other is constructed next to the latrine. The people have bought cement to build strong hand washing stands.
Mr bagaga clement positively working on his new dug pit to lay lining on the sides of the pit for a firm and sustainable slab
Some residents are eager to learn and have passion for the safe kitchens program and this will be of ease in this village since some members have the interest
Mr kawowo asumani had aseries of undesirable and hazardous facilities that he used to go in and due to Kibo wash program in this village and its teachings was able to construct a reliable and sustainable latrine facility
Steven was encouraging Muzamilu Bogere’s wife, how to use the new dish rack.
Martin was encouraging Kiika lrimba to construct the dish rack, to stop putting the dishes on the ground.
Martin and Ayasi Kaluya the Chairman LC1 in that village, to construct a strong and better dish rack.
Diana in Nawandyo B demonstrating how some of the children react when they are told to do chores by their parents, and yet chores help them gain confidence in what they do.
Diana and Khamadi in Nawandyo B, demonstrating how men feel when their wives are taking good care of them
Ida listening to men from Ndalike community as they were raising their concerns.
The chairperson welcoming the members for the health lesson
Ituba village, Irene teaching about UTI, STDs and HIV/AIDS
Ituba Namalowe: saida requesting the health educator to talk to the Government to resume out reaches in their village.
Igerera A village. Harriet a kibo staff in a blue shirt introducing the healthy and safe kitchen program to the second group.
Igerera A . Village. During the home to home visit, All the households she visited were cooking on the traditional three stones fire. This is one the homes for Nandego who was cooking on the traditional three stones fire.
Kirwanire. Kibo staff with the community members participating in fetching the dirt from the anthill while taking it to the home where the stove will be built.
Kirwanire. Some of the members participated in stamping the dirt and carrying it inside the kitchen for stove building.
Nawampiti. Tape encouraged some of the community members to construct stronger firewood storages which can hold up enough firewood.
Buyange village, Chris (standing) emphasizes a point during the discussions with the community about writting their constitution, the community members contributed by giving their opinions regarding the constitution.
Buyange, Maria (standing) emphasized on women participation during the constitution writing.
Kazimbakujira members discussing about a community economic project of buying a tent with one hundred seats.
This home has a nice shower area in the back yard which has a cement ring on top and this will help it to stay stronger
One of the had washing stands which was constructed but didn’t have a jerrycan can. When Enock asked where they had placed the jerrycans they said they had gone to the garden and had to keep it in the house so that it can not be taken by people who sell plastics. So when they had just come back home and said they will place it back in no time.
Butabira village: The builder, Richard from Butabira Village building the borehole wall fence
Butabira village: community members, women and men participated during the construction of the wall fence. There was even a meal that was prepared for lunch to those that were present and helped during the work.
Butabira village: construction of the borehole wall fence at the new borehole drilled by Kibo group in Butabira Village
Community members installing the pile on the borehole wall fence in kishaike
Constructing the borehole wall fence in Mpumiro. Here the committee members were constructing the foundation for the borehole wall fence
The borehole wall fence structure being constructed on kishaike borehole
Some of the members who had these stoves and need improvement by the stoves and safety kitchens program.and by the time this program kicks off in this village,they will have ease
This was the triggering session where residents learnt why they should wash hands with soap.
Because they saw the difference in the waste water when washed with and without soap
Hand washing stand demonstration fully participated and involved community members as guided by the Kibo facilitators
Triggering session conducted where residents learnt how they can mistakenly eat each other’s feacal matter through lessons like shit and shake,annal cleansing materials,dirt under finger nails,wall contamination,and feaces on babies nappies ,since mothers and breastfeeding mothers also attended
Hand washing triggering session
Keneth emphasizing the importance of hand washing
Community members taking the lead in constructing a hand washing stand and learning how to construct a stand.
Hand washing triggering session and demonstrating how to wash hands with with and without soap.
After learning from the kibo stuff how to construct a hand washing stand. The community residents are now constructing a demonstration in one of the homes how to construct a good hand washing station in one of the homes where we usually meet.
Enock emphasizing the core values of hand washing, discussed with the community about the challenges of poor hand washing behaviors.
One of the stands constructed by the community members .
The chickens of Mr. Swaibu of Bukudhumira. He bought them after attending the second poultry lesson which community empowerment had taught to them.
Ida teaching how to feed the chickens in Bukudhumira, as the community listens attentively.
Igerera B, Maria teaching briefly about STDs, UTI, and HIV.
Igerera B, Irene teaching about HIV and STDs
Igerera B, Irene teaching about HIV/ AIDs
Butabira. Kibo staff teaching the community members how to build the fuel efficient in the kitchen.
Kirwanire village. Kibo staff Harriet looking at the grass that the community has chopped so far in preparation of stoves.
Kirwanire village. During the home visits Harriet came a cross this child who was cooking food on the traditional three stones fire which is dangerous to her healthy.
Kirwanire village. During the home to home inspection Harriet kitchen that was smeared but rain has started spoiling because it was not roofed well. Harriet talked the owner to roof the kitchen before she gets a stove to avoid the stove being destroyed by rain. She also encouraged her also to smear the walls inside the kitchen so that it can look neat both inside and outside.
Nawampiti. Kibo staff guiding some community members on how to build stoves on their own.
Nawampiti. Some of the community members practicing how to cut and shape the banana stems that will be placed in the fuel stoves.
Bupaluka— Alex W was sharing with the community the best way to care for the goats that will be given to them by Kibo group.
Bupaluka— Alex W was verifying the passport photos as members were submitting them for update.
Bupaluka- Alex B encourages the community members to work together in development of their community
The LC1 chairperson of Kitukiro village Mr Abudala Kasadha speaking to community members. He has not been cooperating with Kibo programs but he promised to work together with the community.
Plan international workers also encouraging the community to work together if the want to achieve anything. They said even Plan wants to work with communities which are organized.
Nabituluntu village, Chris joined the community members to discuss about the requirements to receive goats , the members agreed to fulfil the requirements before they receive the goats.
Nabituluntu , the chairperson of the mvule program Mr David guides the community members through the requirements to receive goats.
That was how Steven and Kabugo, the hand pump mechanic opening the borehole.
That was how, Steven and Kabugo, the hand pump mechanic, fixing the borehole, with the old pipes,to help the community members to some water, before fixing it officially.
Construction of the borehole wall fence in kishaike village
Community members participating in the construction of the borehole wall fence
Waiswa and his wife in Bulyowa demonstrating how he and his wife great themselves at home and their has promoted harmony and unity in their family
Diana in Bulyowa A taking the community in evaluation and introducing the the lesson of domestic violence, while the community paid attention to everything that was being taught.
Nawandyo A, the chairperson for Kibo welcoming the members for health education lessons
Nawandyo A, Maria teaching the village about accessing health services.
Nawandyo A, the health inspector asking the village some of the problems that hinders them from accessing health facilities
Kishaike. Suzan following up on the smearing of the buildings in the village, Alice was one of the active members with a well maintained homestead.
Kishaike. One of the committee group members Naisanga found cooking on her fuel efficient stove with her well raised firewood storage.
It rained before some community members joined us and we decided to take shelter in the church however some people ran to their homes.
Budumba village, chris was their to teach the community how to use the availble to resources to start economic activities.
Kalitumba Alex B explained to the community members why they need all to be involved in constitution making.
Kalitumba Alex W explained to the community members how the constitution will help them to register with the government.
From the last visit,there is improvements since he has laid some bricks to start off the wall lining in order to make a good foundation
From the last ,we advised her to lay brick wall off the pit since she had put the brick wall directly on to the pit and it was dangerous her life and she did it so she is set to raise a new built wall on a firm ground.
Encouraging the residents to construct proper shower area. Since this one was broken due to heavy rainfall.
A new latrine constructed with brick and sand as well as a strong foundation. They are planning to roof the structures soon.
The kibo staff, was so encouraged to see the Mr, Ayasi Kaluya, the Chairman LC1, busy constructing the hand washing stands for the residents.
That’s how they are busy working on their new latrines
Diana in Nawandyo B, teaching about love in the family
Khamadi the Secretary in Nawandyo B village singing a thank you song to Kibo and Community Empowerment program,as the community joins in.
Ida checking on how the Ndalike women were coloring during the activity,
The story was about Jesus calming the storm.
Mugote the VHT from Ndalike praying before the meeting started.
Igerera A village.Kibo staff Harriet and Alex B introducing the Healthy and safe kitchen program to the community.
Igerera A. During the healthy and safe kitchen program, the community sharing the challenges they go through as they cook on open flames. One of the participants called kibuika said that his seven year son was burnt by portage as a result of open flames. He said that porridge was boiling, a child stept on firewood, porrage poured and burnt him. The community said that he sustained serious injuries.
Igerera A. Kibo staff Harriet looking at the child who was burnt as a result of open flames.
Igerera A. Kibo staff Harriet, a child( Hakiram) who was burnt by open flames together with his parents.
Kirwanire. Suzan demonstrating on how to smear a house while the young boy is watching carefully.
Kirwanire. During the follow ups, suzan observed that all the women were cooking on the three stones open flames.
Nawampiti. While Kibo staff walked around checking on different facilities, they came across a bunch of firewood piled outside the kitchen and the owner madam Betty said that her husband was preparing to build a stronger firewood storage for her very soon.
Nawampiti. A kitchen which needs to be improved such as roofing and smearing because the dirt was washed off by the rains.
The community is not very concerned about Covid but Lorna encouraged them to remember covid is still at hand and reminded them on sops.
Namaganda contributing to the topic of the day
Buyange village, Maria (standing) talks to the community members during the discussions on the community constitution, Maria used that opportunity to encourage the couples and children to remind each other to always attend attend the kibo lessons.
The chairman of buyange (standing) explains to the community the importance of having a constitution. He called on community participation guring tnis stage were every one has to give their views regarding the future of their community.
Buyange village, chris (standing) while intriducing the new lesson on constitution writing, this is a stage when the community has to starting thinking about their future together and contribute both money and opinions regarding their constitution.
The former chairperson of the community Mss Nabirye Rose knelt down asking the community to forgive her and she is willing to bring back the group money she took.
The committee leaders calculating the money which the former chairperson owes the community.
Members discussing the way forward for the group.
Enock, the water user committee secretary holding some of the materials provided by Kibo towards the construction of the wall fence at the new borehole drilled recently by kibo group in Butabira village.
Alex W together with the village chairman of Butabira. Alex continued to guide the leaders how best to construct this wall fence.
Alex W and the village chairman, Mr. Buyinza Patrick discuss how best the borehole drainage can be looked after and to grow more rice and greens where the run off water flows.
This is a new latrine slab under construction
Distribution of Kibo jerrycans for hand washing facilities
New pit construction
Th boda man delivering the first delivery of the borehole wall fence construction materials
Some of the bricks and sand brought so far to the borehole site for the construction of the borehole wall fence.
Some of the committee members cleaning and discussing on how the wall will be constructed
Committee members discussing about the wall construction and sharing ideas based on what Tom had shared with them
That is the meeting, they had at the borehole place.
That is the borehole, which is supposed to be fixed.
Nawampiti, Kibo staff Tape and Maria stamping the dirt with the members of the community
Tape building a stove in Nawampiti
Tape preparing a site where a stove is going to be built
Diana and Ida in Bukhudumira emphasizing on the issue of wearing masks and to value the lesson poultry
Ida in Bukhudumira teaching about laying stations in the community
Kalitumba village: Irene teaching in kalitumba village about sexually transmitted diseases.
Kalitumba village: One of the community members trying to demonstrate a sexual network as one of the ways through which sexually transmitted diseases are spread.
Naisamula village: Irene teaching about gastrointestinal worms and burns/scalds.
Naisamula village: Irene explaining to the members how hands are one of the major ways through which worms enter our bodies.
Butabira. Some of the active men participated in cutting and leveling of the banana stems during the stove building.
Butabira. Kibo staff teaching the members how to take right measurements before building the fuel stove.
Kazimba Kungira. This a stove that the community built on their own.
Kazimba Kungira. The community is participating in removing banana stems from the stove that they built on their own as Harriet guides them
Lorna met a few kids ages 9-12
Lorna was demonstrating the treatment plan under HIV /AIDS cure and treatment
During the Lesson on disease progression and positive behavior
Bupaluka Abraham was teaching the community members how to care for goats.