Ida went to Maliga to help and guide the community members on how to build chicken coops. Ida first taught the community members the importance of a chicken coop. It saves chics from being eaten by wild animals, birds and from being rained on because rain kills them.
A member can do other things when not worried of what might happen to the chics as long as food and water is provided inside the coop.
A coop reduces risks of acquiring diseases caused by chickens when people share the house.
It’s cheap to build because the materials used are locally available.
A member from Nabikenge (Isabirye)pledged to help Maliga community to build simple and long lasting coops to avoid building every now and then.
Ida invited Isabirye from Nabikenge to come and guide the community on how to build simple cheap coops since he designed the onesie his village.
Isabirye and Ida demonstrated as the community was learning. Kasinga asked Isabirye if he can make it a small income whereby he charges some few shillings to those who will provide the materials and he builds for them because they believe he is the perfect person to do it.
They agreed to provide all the materials that Ida and Isabirye told them, then the community collectively will decide on how to facilitate Isabirye. This will help them practice sustainability.
2020-10-23 - Purpose: To finalize with coops building and will also introduce domestic violence lesson. Will talk about causes of domestic violence.
No story this week.
Program Critical Needs
Community members came before time and did the recap on the previous lesson by the time Ida reached the community was ready for the next lesson.
Other Program Observations
Goats for Mvule are doing well others exchanged for cows. Stoves are used to the maximum.
Program Expected Of Village
Members to keep time.
Program Staff Preparations Next Visit
Prepare lessons for the next meeting.
Ida showing some Maliga members how tall or the recommended height of a chicken coop.