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Need: APPEAL FOR SUPPORT TOWARDS ESTABLISHMENT OF SMALL SCALE FACTORY FOR HIV/AIDS WOMEN IN UGANDA

IN 2003 OVER 40 WOMEN AROUND JIJNA IN UGANDA MOSTLY SINGLE MOTHERS AND CAREGIVERS HAVE VARIOUS SKILLS IN HANDCRAFTS CAME TOGETHER WITH MAIN PURPOSE OF MARKETING THEIR PRODUCTS AND SEEKING FOR SUPPORT BOTH LOCALLY AND INTERNATIONALLY

the products include necklaces,earings,bags,cards from either palm leaves , banana fibersor tree back,batiks,scuffsand cards the primary aim of the group is to raise househol income to enable memebers to cater for the needs of their families

contact
nhellen2010@gmail.com

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Tam's picture

Important Work

Hello Hellen,

Now that we have found each other through World Pulse I am able to see what you are doing to create enterprises that alleviate poverty for women, and strengthen cultural traditions. This is such important work. I have visited your website Busoga yaiffe, and am happy for its existence. Is there a site that shows pictures of the products? Perhaps I can find stores here that would carry them.

In Sisterhood,

Tam

hellenah's picture

THANKS TAM

Hullo Tam

Am humbled to have met you here too and am thanks ful to world pulse thanks for visiting our website and we are trying as much as possible to alleviate poverty among the women through creation of income genereting activities and through support from friends basically am thier contact person and focal point

you can check the website for products viewing and not all the products are on the site but afew we shall be greatful when you get some market for the goods
www.wied.or.ug

yours truely
Hellen

Hellen Namutamba
Project manager
nhellen2010@gmail.com
www.busogayaiffe.org

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