Project Update – Reusable Pads Project Kabale by Michael Sabiiti, Country Director The reusable pads project started with 120 needy girls and 10 poor women with HIV/AIDS. We are proud that enrollment has increased to 160 needy girls. In addition, 3 mothers of albino children who were rendered homeless and
It takes so little to make a significant impact in the life of a child and restore Hope to those that had lost it. For example, just $5 can feed, clothe and help educate a displaced child in Northern Uganda FOR A MONTH. This video is a call to action,
Despite a delay of a month due to the sickness of the instructor was hired for the program, the Pad Project has taken off successfully. Currently, 95 girls in both Primary Five and Six are participating in the tailoring lessons every evening after normal class sessions. In addition, every weekend,
Our first shipment of sewing machines for the Pads for Schoolgirls Project has arrived at the Vocational Training Center at Future Victory School in Uganda. As you can see in the pictures, the students are very excited. In case you are wondering why these are the old style treadle type
In March, the first shipment of Pad Kits for the Pads for Schoolgirls program arrived at Future Victory School in Uganda. As you can see, the girls were excited to receive them. The Pads for Schoolgirls Project has different facets. The first phase of the project includes the shipment of
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Humanity Healing International is a humanitarian, nonpolitical, nondenominational spiritual organization promoting Spiritual Activism as a means to foster Healing for communities around the world that have little or no Hope.
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